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Vladimir Vysotsky – Russian “bard” - guitar Gheychak – Persian instrment, bowed fiddle Samarqandi Mitrofan Pyatnitsky – Russian musician, popularized Russian folk songs Balalaika – Russian triangular guitar Vasily Andreyev – “father of the balalaika” – used it in concerts, turned to classical instrument from crude peasant instrument Iranian Instruments Saz = 6 string lute Balaban = nasal sounding wind instrument – like clarinet Gheychak = 2 string fiddle Zarb = drums Daf = frame drum Dutar = two-stringed lute timbre = chesty, direct (tight tone, not hollow) forced sound, middle east-afghan and iran (this one is Iranian) surnal = wind clarinet nagora = drum 7 titles allah madad mizghan-I sayah (Afghanistan zerba-ghali voice, rhubab, tambar) suvora angizhany (Central Asia, dutar) mokhalef soki yamat jigi jigi shoshtari kovsan (Afghanistan, voice and daireh in background) diara = framed drum, meter, duple-metered suvora, kovsan, and jigi = dsijfsdf kovsan had voice and daireh in background
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course MUSC 80A taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UCSC.

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