Amazing Musical Instruments of Uzbekistan and the Middle East

Gavkhar Rakhimova, Sayfuddin Rakhimov, Manzura Abdurakhmonova


Each nation has its own national art, traditions and literature, which are valued from generation to generation as a national treasure. As part of the article, we tried to show the similarity of the Far Eastern countries such as Chinese and Japanese national musical instruments with Uzbek national musical instruments.


Musical Culture;Oriental Flute;Gidjak,Dízi;Pípá;Banhu;Gakubiwa;Shakuhachi; Shamisen

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