-= OUD =- Made in Armenia

 




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#67 By Movses Petrosi Qeshishian
Made in Yerevan Armenian 1989
 
Oud is not a Armenian instrument but it has been in Armenian music folklore  for  many many  years
The oud is an ancient Middle Eastern instrument and the predecessor of the lute. In it's present form
it is used throughout the Middle East. The back, made of hardwoods such as maple, rosewood,
mahogany and walnut, is formed from 13 to 21 ribs. Unlike the lute the oud has no frets and is played with a pick. The top should be made of spruce to provide
good resonance and tone quality.
   
Stop By at NajarIan Music Center for the Best Oud's in the Market

 

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