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BORRINDO

This simple musical instrument of India is built in ceramics. To run, is blown transversely through the hole more big while others holes will close or open to produce different musical notes.

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BORRINDO

 

BORRINDO

The Borrindo is a small hollow ceramic ball with three or four holes. The top hole is larger than the others. The holes are arranged in a triangular shape. The Borrindo is built ceramic usually available in the majority of the people of the Central Valley of India, and is often used in Sindh. This simple instrument usually constructed children in the region.
The notes are produced after blowing transversely through the hole bigger
Ie, the lower lip is supported in the hole larger. The fingers, open and close small holes for the various musical notes.
His feature spherical facilitates the movement of the pitch only to move the angle of the mouth.
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