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

The launeddas (also called triple clarinet or triplepipe) is a typical Southern Sardinian woodwind instrument made of three pipes. It is a polyphonic instrument, with one of the pipes functioning as a drone and the other two playing the melody in thirds and sixths. Predecessors of the launeddas can be traced back to approximately 2700 BCE in Egypt...
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launeddas

A Sardinian clarinet, played using circular breathing
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