At the music classes, students study a variety of local instruments--rubab, tanbur, dutar
, tabla, dilruba, and others--as well as singing.
Next, TE-rkmen dE-zE-m composition was performed by the ensemble of dutar
They sing either a cappella or to the accompaniment of traditional instruments, primarily the two-stringed lute called the dutar
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There was also a lot to engage one's eyes, as there were so many different instruments being played, some of them rarely or never seen before on the ROHM stage, including the dutar
, a type of long-necked string instrument, and the neyanban, a type of bagpipe made out of a goatskin.
(27.) Potier B, Jouvenceau A, Epelbaurn I, Dutar
It is true his poetry pure like mountain spring and fresh like morning breeze beautiful like field tulips fragrant like grassland flowers and sweet like melody of dutar
that enjoys all human feelings.
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The [GABA.sub.B] receptor agonist baclofen presumably increases presynaptic inhibition in the hippocampus as reported by Thompson (1994) possibly via an increased [K.sup.+] conductance and/or a decrease in voltage-dependent [Ca.sup.2+] conductance as shown in hippocampal neurons (Dutar
and Nicoll, 1988).
115), Baily's own work in learning to record dutar
players in Afghanistan, and the overdubbing processes in Peter Gabriel's sessions for the Real World label.