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Tula | Afghan | The Met

Tula | Afghan | The Met

Serpent Coeffet (Coeffet 1830-1835)

Serpent Coeffet (Coeffet 1830-1835)

NAY Es un instrumento de viento y probablemente el más antiguo instrumento utilizado en música tradicional (Turquia, Iran, Egipto...). Desde Marruecos hasta Pakistán podemos encontrar diferentes variantes de este instrumento, con distintos nombres y formas, se puede afirmar que el nei es un aerófono procedente de Oriente Medio. El término "nei", también transcrito del árabe como nai, nay o ney, significa literalmente "caña". Se sostiene como las flautas dulces, apuntando hacia abajo y, como…

NAY Es un instrumento de viento y probablemente el más antiguo instrumento utilizado en música tradicional (Turquia, Iran, Egipto...). Desde Marruecos hasta Pakistán podemos encontrar diferentes variantes de este instrumento, con distintos nombres y formas, se puede afirmar que el nei es un aerófono procedente de Oriente Medio. El término "nei", también transcrito del árabe como nai, nay o ney, significa literalmente "caña". Se sostiene como las flautas dulces, apuntando hacia abajo y, como…

Kaval  Bulgaria  The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Kaval Bulgaria The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The sho, the Japanese mouth organ descended from the Chinese sheng, is used in gagaku (court music).

The sho, the Japanese mouth organ descended from the Chinese sheng, is used in gagaku (court music).

Chalumeau (after 18th-century type) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Chalumeau (after 18th-century type) | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Japanese lute, Biwa 琵琶, property of Shoso-in, 701~156, Japan #OrientArt #China #Japan #OrientalArt #OrientCustom

Japanese lute, Biwa 琵琶, property of Shoso-in, 701~156, Japan #OrientArt #China #Japan #OrientalArt #OrientCustom

Fipple flute | Afghan (possibly Pashtun) | The Met

Fipple flute | Afghan (possibly Pashtun) | The Met

West African Instruments and Music #kora @Steelasophical

West African Instruments and Music #kora @Steelasophical

The fangsheng (literally "square sheng") is mainly found in Henan province of China, and is not a very popular instrument compared to the more common circular sheng. The pipes are set in three straight rows or 5 pipes, 4 (inside) and 5. Yet this arrangement of pipes is much older than that of the circular sheng, according to early drawings of the hulusheng and the larger and lower pitched Yu (now extinct).

The fangsheng (literally "square sheng") is mainly found in Henan province of China, and is not a very popular instrument compared to the more common circular sheng. The pipes are set in three straight rows or 5 pipes, 4 (inside) and 5. Yet this arrangement of pipes is much older than that of the circular sheng, according to early drawings of the hulusheng and the larger and lower pitched Yu (now extinct).

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