The gudastviri (გუდასტვირი) is a droneless, double-chantered, horn-belled bagpipe played in Georgia. The term comes from the words guda (bag) and stviri (whistling). In some regions, the instrument is called the chiboni, stviri, or tulumi. ==Dispersion== This type of bagpipe is found in many regions of Georgia, and is known by ...
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