Duduk


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Duduk

 

(from the Turkish düdük), a wind instrument having a pipe about 300 mm in length with nine fingerholes and a double reed. Usually two duduks are played—one performer plays the melody while the other holds a single tone (the pedal point). The duduk is widespread among the peoples of the Caucasus.

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Spiritual Haven is a soothing, instrumental music CD blending traditional Western acoustic instruments (piano, oboe, bassoon, guitar, viola, cello, and French horn) with ancient instruments from cultures around the world, such as the duduk (a double-reed woodwind flute from Armenia), guzheng (a Chinese plucked zither), koto (a Japanese zither with movable bridges), ethnic frame drums (used by native tribes of the Americas) and much more.
Some of the songs in their concert featured the mournful sound of the duduk, the allegedly Armenian ("It's debatable," says Ara, but it's mostly associated with Armenia") reed instrument.
The Ed Melikian Ensemble is led by Melikian, oud; Leon Janikian, clarinet; Ken Kalajian, guitar; and David Gevorkian, duduk (an Armenian wind instrument).
Tides features a number of guest artists: including singer and duduk player Belinda Sykes whom Catrin approached to play on Desert Shadow and Utopian Dreams.
The evening will feature an array of traditional songs of the Levant with a contemporary electronic fusion spirit, featuring the renowned flautist and duduk (a flute like woodwind instrument from Armenia) player, Pedro Eustache.
Armenian melodies played on violin or duduk underscore scenes where Monouchian congregates with his Armenian peers.
Gavin cites an example, when a weaver copied (as later discussed) a traditional design of miga duduk, 'cumulus cloud.
A mask instructor, Duduk Bhutia, said that after being trained, the students can become self-reliant.
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The multi-instrumentalist Andrew Cronshaw brings two friends, Tigran Aleksanyan and Ian Blake, into the Lichfield Cathedral's small east end Lady Chapel for a set of magical sounds as the sun sets, featuring traditional sounds of the British Isles, Finland, Northern Iberia and Armenia on instruments like the duduk and the zither.