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The rabab is a musical instrument used by the Arabs, the Turks and the Persians in the past, and its origins go back to pre-Christian times for the Berbers in Suss, Morocco. It is made of simple tools available to the people of the desert, such as the wood of trees. The instrument is very small and light. The body is often just a simple stick, which passes through a wooden (square or convex or round) or coconut resonator.
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The rebab (string instruments) that independently spread via Islamic trading routes over much of North Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and parts of Europe.

It is one of the earliest known bowed instruments, named no later than the 8th century, and is the parent of many bowed and stringed instruments.

During play, the head of the instrument is on the left shoulder of the musician, the lower part rests on the right knee, or stands vertically between the two legs of the musician. The two gut strings are tuned to the fifth.

* Unique piece

* Hand made

* Material: wood

* Width: 21 cm

* Height: 40 cm

The rebab (string instruments) that independently spread via Islamic trading routes over much of North Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and parts of Europe.

It is one of the earliest known bowed instruments, named no later than the 8th century, and is the parent of many bowed and stringed instruments.

During play, the head of the instrument is on the left shoulder of the musician, the lower part rests on the right knee, or stands vertically between the two legs of the musician. The two gut strings are tuned to the fifth.

* Unique piece

* Hand made

* Material: wood

* Width: 21 cm

* Height: 40 cm

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