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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The trio will present music from the Mediterranean on traditional and other instruments, such as theney, mandouras and duduk.
Caption: Angelika Loew Beer [Photo Courtesy: Cairo Opera House Media Office] The band consists of: Basem Darwisch on oud, Sebastian MAaAaAeAe-ller-Schrobsdor on piano, Stefan HergenrAaAaAeAe[micro]der on e-bass, Rageed William on duduk nay, Max Klaas on percussions, Wolfgang Wittemann on saxophone, Ragy Kamal on kanoun, Jan Boshra on cello, Emad Azmy on violin, Shereen Azmy on violin, Angelika Loew Beer on violin and Maria Voigt on violin.
Within this relationship, the mother, sisters, and sisters' female children are referred to as the 'female kin who sit at the door of debt' (waris perebo nang duduk de pinta utang).
In this new, heartfelt and spacious disc, Between Two Worlds (Bamboo Rasa), Gorn plays his lyrical bansuri as well as a plaintive clarinet, sometimes capturing the style of the more nasal, emotive Armenian duduk (an ancient, double-reeded, wooden, wind instrument).
In fact, one's social position was named after a dress item: Nona Kebaya (working class women donning the traditional black kebaya (upper-body garment for women)), Nona Duduk Rumah (stay at home girl who wore a white kebaya in public), Nona Cenela (Christian Ambonese middle-class women recognizable by their slippers (cenela) and batik sarong), Nyonya Kaus (elderly middle-class women with more elaborate slipper and sarong), Nona Rok (upper-middle class women and Eurasians who wore skirts), Nona Militair (spouses of soldiers identifiable by their Javanese dress), and Nona Jurk (Eurasian women in Western dresses married to European men).
The nine musicians, from four continents and including refugee and migrant artists, sing and play a variety of instruments - from the tanpura, oud flute, duduk and steelpans to tabla and berimbau.
Ramses Luna toca en el album saxofones, duduk, instrumentos nativos, geoshreed y canta.
gt; Soprano, duduk, Middle Eastern percussion in Hebraic-flavored opening
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).