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Dvojnice | Bosnian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The dvojnice is a double flute made of a single block of wood. It has a single mouthpiece, but two channels that direct the air flow into two separate pipes. This example from Bosnia has four finger holes on the right side and three on the left and is decorated with carved geometric designs. The dvojnice is a pastoral instrument common to many countries of the Balkans.
"Gypsy Sound" on a Native American Flute . "Falcon Flutes and Drums
How to get that Spanish Gypsy/Mid East/Arab/Bedouin/Hebrew Sound on a Native American Flute - A quick lesson by Keith Davis. If you've never heard/watched him before, it's kinda like taking a lesson from you nerdy uncle. But if you do what he shows you, it works, so good on him!