Eurasian music science journal

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Karakalpaks Songs Art


Modern musical instruments of Karakalpaks are various enough and represented by string, wind and percussion instruments. The kobuz and dutar can be specially stand out as it is their sounding that first of all can be associated with timbre side of the Karakalpaks musical language.

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