Povilas Stulga Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments

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Entrance of the museum

The Povilas Stulga Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments (Lithuanian: Povilo Stulgos lietuvių tautinės muzikos instrumentų muziejus) is located in the Old Town of Kaunas, Lithuania. Its permanent collection contains Lithuanian and international musical instruments, recordings, books, placards, photographs, and letters.[1]

Its musical instrument collection includes various versions of the kanklės, harmoniums, reeds, seven-string guitars, and a bass constructed using a table.[2]

The museum organizes exhibitions of national art, photography, folk art, domestic tools, musical instruments, and traditional clothing. It also hosts concerts and recitals and sponsors children's music lessons and excursions.

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  1. ^ "Povilas Stulga's Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments". Lithuanian Museum's Association. Retrieved 2009-01-07.
  2. ^ "Povilas Stulga Folk Music & Instruments Museum (Povilo Stulgos Lietuvių Tautinės Muzikos Instrumentų Muziejus)". In Your Pocket City Guides. Retrieved 2011-03-23.

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Coordinates: 54°53′44″N 23°53′34″E / 54.89556°N 23.89278°E / 54.89556; 23.89278