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  • Traditionally kobyzes were sacred instruments, owned by shamans and bakses (traditional spiritual medics). According to l ...th Kazakh music and the most complicated works of violin literature. Bowed instruments may have originated in the equestrian cultures of Central Asia, an example
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  • ...ists, one playing the tar (long-necked lute) and the other, the kamancheh (bowed spike fiddle).<ref name= Kariagdiev/> ...tudies-aips.org/English/about_culture_instruments.htm Pakistan traditional instruments <small> including "daira" and "daff"</small>]
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  • ...talworking)|filing]]/[[sanding]] of any kind, and as with all other Turkic instruments there is some decoration. * [[kobyz]] (a bowed instrument, played like a [[cello]])
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  • * [[Bowed string instrument]] '''Ghaychak''', '''Gheychak''' or '''ghijak''' is the name of several bowed instruments of Asia.
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  • Traditionally kobyzes were sacred instruments, owned by [[shaman]]s and bakses (traditional spiritual medics). According Bowed instruments may have originated in the equestrian cultures of Central Asia, an example
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  • ...Asian music]], related to certain other [[Turkic peoples|Turkic]] [[string instruments]] and the [[lute]].<ref>http://stringedinstrumentdatabase.aornis.com/</ref> ...he tunings correspond with various styles of music.<ref>Solos, G. "Kirghiz Instruments and Instrumental Music", ''Ethnomusicology'' 5(1):43</ref>
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  • ...of [[Kazakhstan]] is home to the Kazakh State Kurmangazy Orchestra of Folk Instruments, the Kazakh State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kazakh National Opera and the ...in 1928 and accelerating in the 1930s, he also adapted traditional Kazakh instruments for use in Russian-style ensembles, such as by increasing the number of [[f
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