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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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Slit drum

Slit drum is a hollow percussion instrument. Despite the name, its not really a drum, but is an idiophone, usually carved or made from bamboo or wood into a box with one or several slits in the top. Most slit drums have one slit, though there are ...

                                               

Celesta

The celesta or Celeste struck idiophone operated by a keyboard. It is similar to a piano, although with smaller keys and a much smaller Cabinet, or a large wooden music box. The keys connect to hammers that strike a graduated set of metal plates ...

                                               

Xylophone

The xylophone is a musical instrument in the percussion family that consists of wooden bars struck by mallets. Each bar is an idiophone tuned to a height scale, pentatonic or heptatonic in the case of many African and Asian instruments, diatonic ...

                                               

Bell

The bell is directly struck percussion instrument idiophone. Most bells have the shape of a hollow Cup that when struck vibrates in a strong tone of an opponent with his hand, forming an effective resonator. An attack can be carried out using an ...

                                               

Castanets

The castanets, also known as the who or palillos, is a percussion instrument, used in Spain, Kalo, Moorish, Ottoman, Italian, Sephardic, Swiss, and Portuguese music. In Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, there was a similar tool called crotalum. Th ...

                                               

Politics

Policy is a set of activities related to the management of the country, state or region. It includes decisions that relate to groups of members. This applies to achievement and implementation of the positions of governance - organized control ove ...

                                               

Drum

The drum is a member of the percussion group of musical instruments. In the Hornbostel-Sachs classification system, membranophone the. Drums consist of at least one membrane, called the eardrum or the membrane of the drum, which is stretched over ...

                                               

Political party

A political party is an organized group of people who have the same ideology, or that otherwise had the same political positions, and who field candidates in elections, in an attempt to get them elected and thus fulfill the program of the party. ...

                                               

Naqareh

In naqqāra, Nagara or Nagada middle Eastern drum with a rounded back and a hide head, usually played in pairs. It is thus a membranophone of the kettle drum variety. The term naqqāra نقاره also نقارات naqqarat, naqqarah, naqqåre, nakkare, Nagora ...

                                               

Clavichord

On the clavichord is a European stringed instrument, rectangular keyboard that was used mainly in the Late middle Ages, through the Renaissance, Baroque and classicism. Historically, it was mainly used as a practice tool and an aid to composition ...

                                               

Piano

The piano acoustic, stringed musical instrument, invented in Italy by Bartolomeo Cristofori around the year 1700, in which the strings struck by felt hammers. He played with the keyboard, which is a row of keys that the musician presses or strike ...

                                               

Pipe organ

The pipe organ is a musical instrument that produces sound when driving compressed air through the pipes of the organ, some with the keyboard. Because each pipe produces a single pitch, the pipe provided in the kit called ranks, each of which has ...

                                               

Harpsichord

The harpsichord is a musical instrument played using a keyboard. As the pipe organ, the harpsichord may have more than one keypad manual and harpsichords may stop buttons to Add or remove extra octave. Some harpsichords can have a lute stop, whic ...

                                               

Pump organ

The pump organ is a type of free-reed organ that generates sound as air flows past a vibrating piece of thin metal in the frame. A piece of metal called reeds. Specific types of pumps on to turn on the reed organ, harmonium, and harmonica. More c ...

                                               

Hammond organ

The Hammond organ electric organ invented by Laurens Hammond and John M. Hanert and first manufactured in 1935. Various models were produced, most of which use sliding drawbars to change the sound. Until 1975, Hammond organs generated sound by cr ...

                                               

Accompaniment

Accompaniment a musical part that provides a rhythmic and / or harmonic support for the melody or main theme of a song or instrumental piece. There are many different styles and types of music, different genres and styles of music. In homophonic ...

                                               

Barbat (lute)

The Barbat or barbud lute from Central Asia or more Iranian or Persian origin. The Barbet is an important tool of Ghassanids in pre-Islamic times and Syrians in the early Islamic times. He was described as carved from a solid piece of wood, inclu ...

                                               

Dombra

Dombra, also known as dombyra is a Kazakh and Bashkir long-necked lute and a musical string instrument. The dombra shares certain characteristics with the komuz and dutar, for example, his long, thin neck and elongated body shape. It is a popular ...

                                               

Dutar

The dutar is a traditional long-necked two-stringed lute found in Iran and Central Asia. Its name comes from the Persian word for "two strings", دوتار to do tār, although the Herati dutar of Afghanistan has fourteen strings. When played, the stri ...

                                               

Ruan

Rouen is a traditional Chinese plucked string instrument. It is a lute with a burned neck, circular body, and four strings. Its four strings were originally made of silk but since the 20th century they were made of steel. The modern Ruan has 24 f ...

                                               

Kusle

In kusle is the zither plays the Volga-Finnish Mari people of Russia. He played on his knees, both hands, and played in some cases, such as the ritual of sacrifice, and to accompany dancing. The device has the shape of a semi-circle, with 12-20 s ...

                                               

Kannel (instrument)

Kannel-Estonian plucked string instrument belonging to the zither family of Baltic window Baltic known as harp, together with a Finnish Kantele, gusli, Latvian, Lithuanian kankles, and the Russian gusli. The Estonian Kannel has many traditional s ...

                                               

Komuz

Komuz or qomuz, Qopuz Azeri, Turkish Kopuz, an ancient fretless string instrument used in Central Asian music, related to certain other Turkic string instruments and the lute. He is best-known national instrument and one of the better-known Kyrgy ...

                                               

Kora (instrument)

Kora is a stringed instrument widely used in West Africa. The bark usually has 21 strings which are playing, damn, fingers, and combines the functions of a lute and harp

                                               

Panduri

On panduri is a traditional Georgian three-string plucked instrument common in all regions of Eastern Georgia: such as Pshavi-Khevsureti, Tusheti, Kakheti and Kartli. On panduri is generally used to accompany individual heroic, comic and love son ...

                                               

Russian guitar

Russian guitar-acoustic seven-string guitar that was developed in Russia in the late 18th century: it shares most of its organological features with the Spanish guitar, although some historians insist on the English guitar domination. He is known ...

                                               

Choghur

In choghur is a plucked stringed musical instrument, common in Azerbaijan and Georgia. It has 4 nylon strings. In the choghur dates back to the 12th to 16th centuries, the period between gopusa and Bağlama. In the Caucasus, Iran and Anatolia, and ...

                                               

Kuttichathan

Kuttichathan mischievous demon in Malabar demonology. He eats well and 12-year-old who is sometimes described with Chub. Some tricks Kuttichathans suffer, but they never do any serious harm. Kuttichathan only asking for food in exchange for his s ...

                                               

Tanbur

The term tanbur can refer to various long-necked, string instrument originating in Mesopotamia, southern or Central Asia. According to the new grove dictionary of music and musicians, "terminology is a complex situation. The term tanbur is applie ...

                                               

Huqin

Hocini-the family of bowed stringed instruments, more specifically a spike fiddle is widely used in Chinese music. The devices consist of round, hexagonal, or octagonal sound box at the bottom with a neck attached that protrudes upwards. They als ...

                                               

Suka (string instrument)

In the suka was a unique fiddle that was played vertically on the knee or hanging by a strap, and the strings were stopped on the side with the nails, similar to the Gadulka. The body of the instrument was very similar to the modern violin, but t ...

                                               

Kit violin

The kit violin, dancing masters kit or kit-like string instrument. This is essentially a very small violin designed to fit in a pocket - hence its other common name, the clutch. It was used by the masters in Royal courts and other places of nobil ...

                                               

Bandura

Bandura-a Ukrainian plucked string folk instruments. It combines elements of the zither and lute and up till 1940-ies, also often referred to under the term "kobza". Early documents 5 to 12 strings and similar to the lute. In the 20th century, th ...

                                               

Bassist

Bassist and bass guitarist, a musician who plays a bass instrument such as double bass guitar, bass synthesizer, keyboard bass or a low brass instrument like a tuba or by a sousaphone. A variety of musical genres generally associated with one or ...

                                               

Cor anglais

English horn, English horn, or in North America, double-reed woodwind instruments in the oboe family. It is approximately one and a half times longer than the oboe. English horn is a transposing instrument pitched in F, on a perfect Fifth below t ...

                                               

Cornet

Cornet is a musical instrument similar to a pipe, but differs from it by its conical bore, compact shape, and as a soft sound. The most common cornet is a transposing instrument in a ♭ B, although there is also a soprano cornet in E ♭ Cornet in a ...

                                               

Cornett

In the cornet, horn, or zinc is an early wind instrument that dates from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods, popular from 1500 to 1650. It was used in what are now called Alta Capellas or wind ensembles. It should not be confused with ...

                                               

Pku

PKU, also spelled pzuk, is an Armenian musical instrument, similar to a clarinet. He was named the national instrument of Armenia. In PKU a single-reed aerophone with seven holes and a one octave range with the open cone of a bull horn at one end.

                                               

Agogo

In Agogo is a single or multiple bell now used throughout the world, but its origins in traditional music of the Yoruba and Edo, and also in the Samba baterias. In the Agogo may be the oldest Samba instrument and was based on West African Yoruba ...

                                               

Aulos

In aulos or tibia was an ancient Greek wind instrument, depicted often in art and archeology suggests. The website aulete αὐλητής, aulētēs was a musician who played on the aulos. The ancient Roman equivalent was the tibicen plural tibicines, from ...

                                               

Baroque instruments

Musical instruments used in Baroque music were partly used already before, partly are still used today, but without the technology. The movement to perform music in a historically informed way, trying to recreate the sound of the period, has led ...

                                               

Transposing instrument

A transposing instrument is a musical instrument whose music is written in staff notation on the field differs from the field which actually sounds. Octave written on a transposing instrument produces a step than to the first octave, and that pit ...

                                               

Electronic musical instrument

The electronic musical instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound through electronic circuits. Such an instrument sounds on the output of electrical, electronic, or digital audio signal that is ultimately connected to the power amplif ...

                                               

Cimpoi

Chympoy is Romanian and Moldavian bagpipes. Chympoy has a drone called bazoi or bizoi "buzzer" and a direct channel singer called set a "whistle". It is less harsh than its Balkan relatives. The singer often five to eight finger holes, and someti ...

                                               

List of political parties in Belarus

The Democratic Coalition Kaalitsyia Demakratychnykh Tsentrystaw. Republic. (Республика) Young Belarus, The Young Belarus. The Belarusian Party Of Women "Nadzeya" Belarusian Nadezhda Partyia Zhanchyn. The Party Of Beer Lovers Of Belarus. Belarusia ...

                                               

Drum kit

Drum set - also called drum set, trap, or just the drums are drums and other percussion instruments, usually of plates, mounted on a stand to be played single player, with drumsticks held in both hands, and feet working pedals hi-hat cymbal and b ...

                                               

Friction drum

The friction drum is a musical instrument found in various forms in Africa, Asia, Europe and South America. In Europe it appeared in the 16th century and was associated with specific religious and ceremonial occasions.

                                               

Hang (instrument)

The hang is a musical instrument in the idiophone class created by Felix Rohner and Sabina schärer in Bern, Switzerland. The name of their company is Panart Hangbau AG. Hang Heng is sometimes called a drum, but the inventors consider this wrong a ...

                                               

Clapper (musical instrument)

Firecrackers is the basic form of percussion instrument. It consists of two long solid pieces that are clapped together producing sound. A simple tool to produce and play, they exist in different forms in different cultures around the world. Clap ...

                                               

Political parties in Ukraine

This article presents the development and role of political parties in Ukrainian politics and a broader outlines of important contemporary political parties since Ukraines independence in 1991.

                                               

Ching (instrument)

Connected by a rope that passes through the center, Ching are several Cup-like shape, about 5 centimeters in diameter, and made of bronze alloy - iron, copper and gold. They hit together in a loop to save time and to adjust the melody, and they a ...

                                               

Shaker (instrument)

The word shaker describes the various percussion instruments used for creating rhythm in music. They are called shaker because the method of creating sound involves shaking them – moving them back and forth in the air and not hit them. Most can a ...

                                               

Zhu (string instrument)

Ju was an ancient Chinese string instrument. Although it is no longer used, three very old specimens in varying degrees of preservation survive. One with five strings, starting around 433 BC, was discovered in the tomb of Zeng, in Hubei province ...

                                               

Yangqin

The trapezoidal yangqin is a Chinese hammered dulcimer, derived from santur Iranian. It was written with the characters 洋琴, but over time the first character changed to 揚, which means "famous." She also spelled Yang Quin or Yang Jin. Hammered ...

                                               

Political parties in Russia

This article discusses political parties in Russia. In the Russian Federation there is a multi-party system. In 2018, a six parties have representatives in the Federal Parliament, the State Duma, with one dominant party "United Russia". After the ...

                                               

Cimbalom

In dulcimer a type of chordophone composed of a large, trapezoidal Windows with metal strings stretched across its top. Is a musical instrument commonly found in the group of countries of Central-Eastern European Nations and cultures, namely: Hun ...

                                               

Wooden fish

Wooden fish, also known as Chinese temple block. this wooden percussion instrument that originated from East Asia. Wooden fish that monks and laity in the Mahayana Buddhist tradition. It is often used during rituals usually involving the recitati ...

                                               

Agrarian Party

Agrarian party of Kazakhstan. Agrarian party of Moldova from 1991 to 1998. Spanish Agrarian party during the Second Republic, known as the agrarian party, the Partido Agrario until 1934. Agrarian Environmentalist Party, Albania. Agrarian party of ...

                                               

Country Liberal Party

The country Liberal party, the country liberals is a liberal conservative political party in Australia, founded in 1974, which operates exclusively in the Northern territory, however, due to the Christmas Island and Cocos Islands an integral part ...

                                               

Republican Party of Farmers and Peasants

The Republican party of farmers and peasants was the center-right Agrarian party of Czechoslovakia, seen as representing big business and agriculture. In the period up to 1935 it was the largest and most influential political party in the country ...

                                               

Agrarian Party of Moldova

Agrarian party of Moldova, a former agrarian-Democratic party of Moldova, a political party of Moldova, which was Prominent from 1991 to 1998. Governing for the greater part of this period, the party represented the interests of large multination ...

                                               

Agrarian Party (Tajikistan)

The agrarian party is a Political party in Tajikistan. Head APT Burievich Qaroqulov Amir. Agrarian party of Tajikistan has put forward 22 candidates in the parliamentary elections scheduled for 28 February 2010.

                                               

Agrarian Party of Ukraine

Agrarian party of Ukraine is a Ukrainian political party, which was revived in October 2006 and is a legally established party / registered in 2006.

                                               

Green Party

Green party-Political party founded on the principles of green politics. The green party or the Green party may also refer to: Australia: Australian Greens. (Австралия: Австралийский Зелень) Albania: the Green party of Albania. Vancouver: the gre ...

                                               

Tabla

Tabla is a percussion instrument of the membranophone native to the Indian subcontinent, consisting of a pair of drums used in traditional, classical, popular and folk music. This was particularly important instrument in Indian classical music si ...

                                               

Green Party of England and Wales

The green party of England and Wales-green, left-wing political party in England and Wales. With headquarters in London, its leaders were sian berry and Jonathan Bartley from September 2018. The green party has one representative in the House of ...

                                               

Green Party (Ireland)

The Green party - Comhaontas Glas is a green political party operating in Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. It was founded as the ecology party of Ireland in 1981 by Dublin teacher Christopher Fettes. Party Green Alliance in ...

                                               

Green Party of Switzerland

The green party of Switzerland is the fourth-largest party in the National Council of Switzerland and the largest party not represented in the Federal Council.

                                               

Ecologist Green Party (Moldova)

The Green ecologist party of Moldova, formerly known as the environmental party of Moldova "Green Alliance" green political party in Moldova.

                                               

Ecologist Green Party of Mexico

Green ecological party of Mexico-green-conservative political party in Mexico. On the 2012 parliamentary elections, the party took 34 seats in the Chamber of deputies and nine seats in the Senate. During the 2012 presidential election, PVEM suppo ...

                                               

Latvian Green Party

The Latvian Green party is a Green political party in Latvia. The party was founded on 13 January 1990, and in 2002, along with the Latvian farmers Union to form the Union of greens and farmers Union. Unusually for a Green party in Europe, LZP, g ...

                                               

Green Liberal Party of Switzerland

Green Liberal party of Switzerland, abbreviated to GLP, is a centrist green liberal political party in Switzerland. Founded in 2007, the party has sixteen seats in the Federal Assembly in the elections of October 2019. The party was established o ...

                                               

Green Party (Brazil)

The green party is a Political party in Brazil. It was created after the military dictatorship period and, like other green parties around the world, seeks to implement a range of measures to ensure social justice and sustainable development. One ...

                                               

Green Party of Canada

Green party of Canada is a Federal political party in Canada which was founded in 1983. Since its founding, the party supports a policy of strengthening representative democracy, non-violence, social justice, stability, respect for diversity and ...

                                               

Green Party of Quebec

The green party of Quebec is a political party of Quebec, the platform is to promote green policies. She did not win a single seat in the National Assembly of Quebec. His platform focused on the promotion of green values, sustainable development ...

                                               

Cymbal

Cymbal is a common percussion instrument. Often used in pairs, the plates consist of thin, normally round plates of various alloys. The majority of cymbals are of indefinite height, although small disc-shaped cymbals based on ancient designs soun ...

                                               

Treshchotka

Traditional Russian musical instruments idiophone Treshchotka is a set of small boards on a string that get clapped together as a group Treshchotki widely used in Russian folk music.

                                               

Agrarian Party of Russia

Agrarian party of Russia the agrarian party in Russia. Founded in February 1993, he was one of the earliest parties in the Russian Federation.

                                               

Agrarian Party (Belarus)

The agrarian party agrarian socialist political party in Belarus. It supports the government of President Alexander Lukashenko. It was created in 1992 as the agrarian party, the United democratic Belarus Abagana agro-demokratychna Partiya Belarus ...

                                               

Communist party

In political science, a Communist party-a political party that seeks to implement social and economic goals of communism through revolution and public policy. The concept of the Communist party was popularized by the title the Communist Manifesto ...

                                               

Communist Party of Belgium (1989)

The Communist party of Belgium is a political party in Belgium. It was established in Wallonia in 1989 as the Communist party of Wallonia after the Communist party of Belgium was bifurcated along linguistic lines, and renamed to KSP after the dis ...

                                               

Communist Party (Italy)

The Communist party-Italian political party Marxist–Leninist inspiration, founded in 2009. It defines itself as "a revolutionary vanguard political organization of the working class in Italy". Since 2013 he is part of the initiative of Communist ...

                                               

Communist Party (Serbia)

The Communist party is a Communist party in Serbia. It was founded in Belgrade, on 28 November 2010, after two small Communist parties and the social Democrats of Novi Sad) organization with a group of Communists headed by Josip joska Broz. Its P ...

                                               

Communist Party (Flanders)

The Communist party was a political party in Flanders, Belgium. It was founded in 1989 as a result of the split of the Communist party of Belgium along linguistic lines. The political Secretary of the KP was Jaak Perquy. KP was dissolved in 2009. ...

                                               

Communist Party (bolsheviks) of Lithuania and Belorussia

The Communist party of Lithuania and Belarus, Lithuania and Belarus, known as Klib, Lithuania: Lietuvos IR Baltarusijos komunistų Partia) was the Communist party in the Lithuanian–Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, existing from March 1919 un ...

                                               

Communist Party (Marxist–Leninist) of San Marino

Communist party of San Marino, San Marino) - anti-revisionist, Maoist, Communist party in San Marino. The party was founded in 1968, the Marxist-Leninist movement in San Marino, which was formed a few years ago, dissidents of the Communist party ...

                                               

Communist Party of Abkhazia

Communist party of Abkhazia is a political party in Abkhazia, internationally recognized part of Georgia. The party leader Lev Shamba. CPA was founded in March 1921 with the demand of a separate Abkhaz Soviet Republic. It was then headed by Ephra ...

                                               

Communist Party of Australia

The Communist party of Australia was founded in 1920 and dissolved in 1991. CPA achieved its greatest political strength in the 1940s and faced an attempted ban in 1951. Although it is not a serious problem in the established order in Australia, ...

                                               

Communist Party of Australia (Marxist–Leninist)

The Communist party of Australia) - the Australian Communist organization that describes its ideology as influenced by writings of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, Mao and Ted hill. The theory of the party is unique among Australian Marxist-Leninists ...

                                               

Communist Party of Australia (current)

The Communist party of Australia is a political party in Australia, originally founded in 1971 as the socialist party of Australia, former members of the Communist party of Australia who resigned or were expelled from the party, as a result of th ...

                                               

Communist Party of Austria

The Communist party of Austria Communist party of Austria. Established in 1918 as the Communist party of Germany-Austria, it is one of the worlds oldest Communist parties. In KPO was banned between 1933 and 1945 under both the Austrofascist regim ...

                                               

Azerbaijan Communist Party (1993)

The Communist party of Azerbaijan / Azerbajan Communist Partiasi) is a Communist party in Azerbaijan. ACP was established in 1993 by Ramiz Ahmadov and registered by Ministry of justice in 1994.

                                               

Communist Party of Albania

The Communist party of Albania may refer to: The Communist party of Albania 1991. The party of Communists of Albania. The party of labour of Albania and the Albanian workers party, founded the Communist party Albania. The Communist party of Alban ...

                                               

Communist Party of Albania (1991)

The Communist party of Albania is a Communist and anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist political party in Albania. The party was formed in 1991 as a split from the Albanian party of labor, which turned into the Socialist party of Albania. It support ...

                                               

Communist Party of Argentina

Communist party of Argentina Communist party of Argentina. It was founded on January 6, 1918, originally with the name of the international socialist party after breaking with the Socialist party and in adherence to the October revolution of Leni ...

                                               

Communist Party of Argentina (Extraordinary Congress)

Communist party of Argentina, or PCCE) is a political party in Argentina founded at the Congress in Casa Suiza, Buenos Aires, 1-2 December 1996, after the split of the Communist party of Argentina. This has led to Pablo Pereira. The youth wing of ...

                                               

Armenian Communist Party

Communist party of Armenia Communist party of Armenia. He considers himself the successor of Armenian branch of the Communist party of the Soviet Union. This is the main Communist party in Armenia and said, 18.000 members in 2006. KPa publishes H ...

                                               

Communist Party of Bangladesh

The independence of Bangladesh in 1971, opened a new Chapter in the history of the Communist party of Bangladesh. The party began to work legally and openly. The party formed trade Union centre with a view to mobilizing the trade Union organisati ...

                                               

Communist Party of Belarus

The Communist party of Belarus is a Communist, Marxist–Leninist political party in Belarus. The party was established in 1996 and supports the government of President Alexander Lukashenko. The leader of the party Tatsyana Holubeva. The party has ...

                                               

Communist Party of Byelorussia

The Communist party of Belarus, known as the Communist party of Belarus of Belarus) until 1952, was the Communist party in Belarus 1918-1991 created after the Russian revolution of 1917. It was created as part of the Russian Communist party on De ...

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