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Parkapzuk [tïk]locked

  • Robert At‘ayan


Armenian bagpipe. It consists of a bag made from the skin of a three-week-old female kid, a blowpipe, and a chanter with single or double reed. Most common is the parkapzuk with a double chanter (both pipes with fingerholes); one pipe is for the melody, the other for the ...

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