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Djofti / ney jofti: A double flute made of a specific kind of cane Listen to sample sound
Dohol-gap / Dohol: A kind of kind of cylindrical drum. The right hand side of the drum is played with a stick or drummerís hand, while the left hand side of the drum is played with drummerís hand.
Kasser: A kind of cylindrical drum smaller than dohol that one side or both  sids of the drum is played with the two hands of the drummer.
peepah / Pipah: A kind of cylindrical drum similar to dohol-gap that usually one-side is played with a drum stick.
Oud / Barbat is an short-necked, half pear-shaped, plucked lute, the direct ancestor of the European lute. Listen to sample sound

 

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