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Rubab

 

a plucked stringed instrument widespread among most peoples of Asia. It has a wooden, round or oval bulging body, a leather soundboard, four to six gut, silk, or metal strings usually tuned in fourths, and sympathetic strings; most common are those 800–1,000 mm long. The sound is produced with a plectrum. The Uzbek folk-instrument orchestra has three varieties of reconstructed rubab: soprano, alto, and tenor.

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Corresponding author: Robab Sahaf, Iranian Research Center on Aging, University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Tehran, IRIran.
The setar is a string instrument and member of the lute family, the santur is a hammered dulcimer, the robab (rubab, rabab) is a short-necked lute, the barbat is a member of the lute family, and the ney is an end-blown flute.
Robab Abdolkhani [1]; Farzin Halabchi [2]; Reza Safdari [1]; Hossein Dargahi [3]; Kamran Shadanfar [4]
The new policy was announced in an interview with the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) by Robab Shahrian, the deputy minister for women's sports.
Robab Sadr made the remarks in Beirut on Tuesday evening, stressing that she has official and strong evidence to show that the recent reports about the fate of Imam Musa Sadr are not true and prove that he is still alive.
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