Afanasiy loves to sit at the barn and listen to Dido Pylyp playing trembita — a national Carpathians music instrument. It reminds Afanasiy of a young pipe tree body — it’s also very thin and long, but also it sings. Dido Pylyp is playing trembita every time when someone in the village is born, gets married, or dies. Often you can hear when someone in the mountains is playing back to Dido Pylyp’s trembita — that is the shepherd who gives to know where his sheep stock is feeding. Afanasiy always listens to that sound, because it is a stock of his. And then he rolls out to the valleys to tell his brothers and sisters about the songs of today’s trembita.
Red and grey
Raku, metal reduction