Balalaika the Versatile Russian Folk Guitar

Grand Rapids, MI (PressExposure) December 07, 2009 -- Your World Instruments, an online music store known for its ethnic sounds for experienced and non-experienced players and collectors is happy to introduce the latest line of its collection. It is the Balalaika. Balalaika is the versatile Russian folk guitar that true blooded musician will surely enjoy playing with.

This latest collection of balalaika for sale at Your World Instruments is a living proof of the company’s commitment of providing its customers with a complete spectrum of the most genuine ethnic instruments for both the professional and non professional musicians. The company can provide all types of musical instruments which range from beginners to the highest and most complex specifications.

Balalaika is indeed one of Your World Instruments’ ethnic pieces to reckon with. You can play with it any way you wish to. Whether you want folk sounds or classical and even modern rock, the balalaika for sale at Your World Instruments would definitely be perfect for you to have fun with.

The Balalaika must have originated from the Oriental dombra, which were likely proliferated in Russia, the Mongol trade and conquest. After many years of changes the Russians have learned to love and embraced the Balalaika. It is now believed that this musical instrument embodies the character of the Russian people.

The Balalaika is now known as a versatile Russian folk guitar because of its ability to easily switch from happiness to sadness. This instrument enjoyed the peak of its popularity in the early 18th century, after it was banned by the state and Orthodox Church especially during that time when it was used to irreverently poke authorities.

This ethnic musical instrument may be popular in the olden days but you still can easily have them in this generation at Your World Instruments. The Balalaika for sale at Your World Instruments is truly amazing for anyone to behold and play with.

If you wish to personally experience the wonders of Balalaika, you simply check it out when you visit: You may also call:

About Your World Instruments

John Dellosso
Your World Instruments
Grand Rapids, MI 49508
Phone: 1-800-640-3286

Press Release Source:

Press Release Submitted On: December 07, 2009 at 2:04 am
This article has been viewed 16875 time(s).