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ney is made from reed, has 9 joints, 6 holes and 1 back hole, its featured in classical eastern music, and considered to be the base for all the positions (with the tanbur), kawalla is reed also, bigger diamater, 4 joints, 6 holes only (no back hole) and is somewhat harder to control, frequently used in arabic music than in turkish, and not so classically related.

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Ney, Kawala Lovers / Re: How difficult is it to play the ney?
« on: May 14, 2015, 08:10:41 AM »
you guys, dont be discouraged, evry day is a new beginning!

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hey guys, for me, it started with omer faruk tekbilek, which is still my favorite musician, singer and insporation

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Ney Kawala Sound & Videos / ney tuning information
« on: January 29, 2015, 07:29:30 AM »
hey guys
so, just to clear some of the confusion about ney tuning.
when you close all 6 holes and blow a low note - that note is called "rast". when you close 5 holes and open the furthest one from you - that note is called "dugah".
now lets deal with ney sizes and names:
when we take a western tuner, blow the "dugah" note and the tuner shows "La" - we are playing in a "mansur" ney, which is also "concert" tuning.
if the tuner will shoe "Si" - we play "kiz" ney
if the tuner will show "re" - we play "superde" ney
and if the tuner will show "mi" - we play "bolahenk" ney

for more info - just ask!
have a great week
niri

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Ney Kawala Sound & Videos / have a great new week!
« on: January 17, 2015, 03:10:51 PM »
hey guys, im here for any questions regarding ney and maqam theory, so take the opertunity and just ask. niri

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Ney Kawala Sound & Videos / a new ney video and a basic ney tutorial
« on: January 13, 2015, 03:10:08 PM »
Hey everyone, my name is NIRI and im glad to have posted a new video for arab instruments website demonstrating our Neys. you will find it here:


and a new tutorial (which is VERY rare in the net) here:


Enjoy, and i hope to get your responses and questions if you want to share!

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