The traditional Portuguese musical instrument: Gaita, is an artifact made from common cane (Phragmites australis). It also has a cap made of cork.
It is a musical instrument of the type of aerophones, of the so-called agro-pastoral cycle.
The sound is produced by passing the breath through a narrow channel called a bevel.
There are several techniques for the construction and tuning of the Gaita, and our craftsman has his own technique.