The Zurna is a woodwind instrument used to play Anatolian, Middle Eastern and Central Asian folk music.
The zurna is a conical oboe, made from the fruit tree Apricot (Prunus armeniaca), and uses a double reed which generates a sharp, piercing sound. Thus, it has historically been played outdoors during festive events such as weddings and holidays. It has 8 holes on the front, 7 of which are used while playing, and 1 thumbhole which provides a range of one octave.
This mizmar, or zurna, comes from one of the most renowned Zorna maker in Turkey. This model is very well finished and the sound is really nice and loud. It is made from apricot wood (the best for zurna) and it is accurate.... Learn More
Cet ensemble de 3 mizmar, ou zorna, est issu de la collection du reconnu fabriquant égyptien Gawharet El Fan, reconnu mondialement pour ses instruments de grande qualité.... Learn More