Fidel płocka is a bowed stringed instrument used on Polish folk music. Made of one piece of wood, usually birch or alder. Number of strings as well as their dress remains unresolved – from three – where the pins meet the role of lower brackets, and six – in plaster for strings would be tuned in pairs, two (in unison), or meet each individual function.
It probably dates from the sixteenth century original instrument was dug in 1985 during archaeological excavations in the old town of Płock. At present, a copy is located in the Museum of Mazovia in Plock.
See also Category:Suka biłgorajska.
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