Béla Bartók in Hungary - 1912
from Béla Bartók Letters, page 116:
I also discovered in the same village a primitive instrument: a long reed-whistle, with six holes and a cut-in tongue. A kind of primitive oboe! It actually gives a whistle-like sound, just like any ordinary pipe (or bagpipe), but it has no bag. It is blown directly from the mouth. There is only one old man in the village who can play it. It is called c… more >>
Béla Bartók, and Demény, János (ed.), Béla Bartók Letters (London, 1971), p. 116. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1450108503294 accessed: 6 December, 2021
Listening tohide composers
Letter from Béla Bartók to János Busitia- [probably: November- December, 1912].