Gadulka

The gadulka (Гъдулка) is a traditional Bulgarian bowed string instrument. Alternate spellings are `gǎdulka`, `gudulka` and `g`dulka`. Its name comes from a root meaning `to make noise, hum or buzz`. The gadulka is an integral part of Bulgarian traditional instrumental ensembles, commonly played in the context of dance music. The g...
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gadulka

(from the article `gusla`) The word gusla sometimes refers also to the gadulka, a similar Bulgarian instrument with three or four strings. The Russian gusli, an unrelated ...
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Gadulka

Bulgarian type of fiddle played upright; usually reasts on knee. Has three or four strings, very similar to a rebec.
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