Launeddas

The launeddas (also called triple clarinet or triplepipe) is a typical Sardinian woodwind instrument, consisting of three pipes. It is polyphonic and played using circular breathing. An ancient instrument, dating back to at least the 8th century BC, launeddas are still played during religious ceremonies and dances (su ballu). Distinctively, they a
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launeddas

(from the article `aulos`) Similar modern instruments include the Sardinian launeddas, a triple pipe sounded by single reeds, as well as hosts of double clarinets—such as the ... ...wherever Islamic civilization flourished, and closely related instruments—the arghl of the Middle East, which has one long drone pipe and one ... ...
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launeddas

A Sardinian clarinet, played using circular breathing
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