RE: Short introduction to the ethnic instrument, known as egyptian kawla - one of the oldest flutes in the World

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Short introduction to the ethnic instrument, known as egyptian kawla - one of the oldest flutes in the World

in blurtmusic •  2 months ago 

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Is this the same instrument as on the Expansion EP?

As principle of playing is almost the same, from the point of view of the embouchure but the range is different, the egyptian kawla has only two octaves, and from there are interesting false fingerings to have at least one more octave, when the bulgarian kaval has different fingerings system and also another approache in playing chromatic as well.

Somehow, the egyptian kawla has a much big sound, or fat let's say ... both are different as air texture inside their sound ...

On Expansion i've recorded mainly with the bulgarian kaval ...

Hope you've enjoyed both of them.

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