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Mijwiz
-SIngle reed, double piped aerophone.
-From Levant, usually Lebanon.
-Often accompanies debkah
-One pipe provides constant drone, other plays melody.
-Non-metric/free-rhytm
-CD 1, Trk 2
-Aerophone
Arghul
-Similar to Mijwiz
-Uses circular breathing.
-Continuous melodic line and drone. One melody tube and one longer tube for drone (WITH holes)
-Cd 1, Trk 3
-Aerophone
Mizmar
-Double reeded oboe
-Ghawazis (professional female singers) often use to entertain
-Cd 1, Trk 4
-Aerophone
Ghaita
-Tunesian Mizmar, often played with the Tabl
-Long spun out melodies/circular breathing/small range
-Aerophone
Ghasba
-Reed Flute from Tunisia
-Non-metric with ornamented descending lines
-This is a Bedouin flute much like the urban Nay
-Aerophone
Rebaba
-Variety of stringed instuments, usually bowed.
EXs: a plucked lute, fiddle
saz
Long necked lute
-Popular for folk music in Turkey, Armenia etc.
-Accompanies ashok minstrels
'Ud
Short-necked, plucked lute w/ 5 or 6 courses of strings tuned in fourths. Played with eagle's quill
-Ancestor of the European lute
Qanun
-Trapezoidal zither, 26 triple courses
-Pitch of each course is lowered or raised by a whole, half, or wuarter step
-Can do this by lowering or raising fixed metal levers
Mey
-TURKISH term for a double broad reed instrument with cylindical tube.
-Mellow, clarinet like tone. In a duet, one plays melody and other plays drone
Tabl baladi
Egyptian double sided drum used to accompany double reed instruments
Darabukkah
-Goblet shaped single headed drum with hollowed wood/clay body.
-Accompanies folksongs and provides the rhythmic component of Persian and Arabic classical music
Bendir
N. African snare frame drum
Riqq (daff)
Small tambourine