The tulum of North East Anatolia is a drone-less, double-chanter bagpipe, equipped with single reeds. The identical chanters are of reed cane each with 5 finger holes. They lie parallel in a wooden yoke (usually of boxwood) terminating in a straight sided rectangular “bell”. Each pair of holes is covered by a single finger, allowing both chanters to be played in unison, or, by cov- ering just one of the pair, a double stopping ef-Read more »
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