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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 6:09 am 
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I found it randomly among some ancient souvenirs, my parents have no idea where it came from. :p
I'd appreciate some help with its identification.
I don't know what its tone is, I suppose a C, but i'm not sure and it generally sounds off-tune.

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Anastasia wrote:
I found it randomly among some ancient souvenirs, my parents have no idea where it came from. :p
I'd appreciate some help with its identification.
I don't know what its tone is, I suppose a C, but i'm not sure and it generally sounds off-tune.

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Looks a lot like a dili kaval:

https://www.neyce.com/en/index.php/kaval.html

It sounds "out of tune" because it's most like "in tune" with Turkish music, or some other locality that uses similar instruments!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2017 6:53 pm 
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Yes! That's exactly it!
Thanks :)


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