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Duduk et sa musique. ©SSAFM 2007
Duduk et sa musique

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Duduk

Le duduk, hautbois arménien, est un instrument à vent à anche double, au timbre chaud et doux, légèrement nasal. Il appartient à la famille des aérophones qui comprend également le balaban, joué en Azerbaïdjan et en Iran, le duduki, très répandu en Géorgie et le nay turc. Le bois tendre de l'abricotier offre le matériau idéal pour creuser le corps de l'instrument. L'anche, appelée ghamish ou yegheg, est faite d'une plante locale qui pousse sur les rives de l'Arax.


on this subject: Nomination file/Dossier de candidature

Place/region Armenia, Asia and the Pacific
Series: 2008 Inscriptions on the Representative List
Type: Performing arts
Extract: 8 min. Total length:
Production: Society for the Safeguarding of Armenian Folk Music, producer ; Armenia. Ministry of Culture and Youth Affairs, producer. Japan Funds-in-Trust, sponsor ; UNESCO Moscow, sponsor.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 159666
Rights/Droits: SSAFM

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