Trembita


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Trembita

 

a Ukrainian wind instrument. The trembita is a type of valveless wooden trumpet up to 3 m in length and about 30 mm in diameter, flaring slightly at the bell. The trembita produces a full, resonant tone. It is used mainly by Hutzul shepherds.

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Names of the musical instrument and its respective countries Musical instrument Country Experimental Mukkuri (Mukkuri) Japon (Japan) Hang (Hang) Suiza (Switzerland) Vibrafono (Vibraphone) Estados Unidos (United States) Trembita (Trembita) Ucrania (Ukraine) Control Bonang (Bonang) Indonesia (Indonesia) Tanpura (Tanpura) India (India) Diyiridu (Didgeridoo) Australia (Australian) Kora (Kora) Gambia (Gambia) Table 3.
Yet I had been attracted to the film scores of Sergei Paradjanov and the Georgian folk music introduced to me by a friend in 2001; sound seemed to be constantly heightened in Paradjanov's world, foregrounded in his depiction of mountain communities, the way that music fit into life, funeral scenes with long trembita horns, the tableaux animated by sing-speaking voices.
Many of the observed errors in the tact probes that followed each pairing step were related to the "point to point" correspondence between the word heard and the word pronounced, in the sense that most times the participant pronounced most of the sounds but did not pronounce the entire word correctly, e.g., Participant 8 pronounced "tembrita" instead of "trembita" in several trials.