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Long foot joint on a 1962 Haynes Flute

Long foot joint on a 1962 Haynes Flute

Bagpipes style wind instrument being played in Kohima. Kohima is a 7.7 square mile town in India, in the land of the Angami Naga tribe. The name, Kohima, was officially given by the British as they could not pronounce the Angami name Kewhima. Info by Manglen Singson: INSTRUMENTS FOR JOY - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/instruments-for-joy/ - This is a #Gosem, which means bamboo pipe. It's one of the musical instruments of the Thadou-Kuki tribe of Nagaland. #WORLD #UNIQUE…

Bagpipes style wind instrument being played in Kohima. Kohima is a square mile town in India, in the land of the Angami Naga tribe. The name, Kohima, was officially given by the British as they could not pronounce the Angami name Kewhima.

"The Dryad's Touch" 18k green gold art nouveau flute.

"The Dryad's Touch" green gold art nouveau flute. This is the most gorgeous flute I have ever seen!

The shawm was the most important double reed instrument of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The shrill piercing tone of the medieval shawm made it suitable for use outdoors. It is still found in Asian and European folk cultures today.

The shawm was the most important double reed instrument of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The shrill piercing tone of the medieval shawm made it suitable for use outdoors. It is still found in Asian and European folk cultures today.

MIAO MEN PLAYING TRADITIONAL BAMBOO MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, CHINA

Miao Men Playing Traditional Bamboo Musical Instrument, China

Rock Out On The Guitar With These Tips And Tricks. Guitar playing is a skill that others admire. Many people have thought of what it could be like to be a guitar mega star on the big stage.

How to Make a Gemshorn

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The bawu (simplified Chinese: 巴乌; traditional Chinese: 巴烏; pinyin: bāwū; also ba wu) is a Chinese wind instrument.[1] Although shaped like a flute, it is actually a free reed instrument, with a single metal reed. It is played in a transverse (horizontal) manner. It has a pure, clarinet-like timbre and its playing technique incorporates the use of much ornamentation, particularly bending tones.

The bawu is a Chinese wind instrument. Although shaped like a flute, it is actually a free reed instrument, with a single metal reed. It is played in a transverse (horizontal) manner. It has a pure, clarinet-like timbre

Tenor Rauschpfeife. The rauschpfeife is a loud reed-cap instrument with a double reed (like the krumhorn, hirtenschalmei, and cornamuse).

The rauschpfeife is a loud reed-cap instrument with a double reed (like the krumhorn, hirtenschalmei, and cornamuse).

Shakuhachi master Watazumi Doso, with his special very large instrument

Shakuhachi master Watazumi Doso, with his special very large instrument

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