Muscal

Muscal

 

(also, nai), a Moldavian and Rumanian wind instrument. The muscal is a variety of panpipe consisting of from eight to 24 wooden tubes of varying length, held together in a bow-shaped leather casing. Each tube produces a single whistling sound, the pitch of which depends on the size of the tube. Its scale is diatonic.

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