Tylos Labanoro is a project of bagpipers Gvidas Kovėra and Todar Kaškurėvič reviving a forgotten Baltic tradition. Labanoro Pipe (or bagpipe) is a traditional Lithuanian folk instrument, its distinctive types were widespread already in the 15th – 16th c., not only in Lithuania, but also in the present territory of Western Byelorussia and Latvia. In 2005 the musicians recorded the album Tylos Labanoro, playing the instruments made according to surviving authentic examples of Baltic bagpipes. Famous jazz saxophonist Petas Vyšniauskas adds a contemporary touch to this album. The CD is part of the project Labanoro Pipe, supported by UNESCO, and in 2006 presented by several impressive concerts in various Lithuanian towns.