strumento musicaleLong necked spike fiddle with a spherical sounding board. Its also called Kamanche, referring to its bow (kaman), and Rabab. Its long fretless neck passes through the sounding board, becoming a spike used to lay the instrument while playing. At the beginnings provided with 3 silk strings, nowadays the gidjak counts 4 metallic strings. The sounding board it is often covered with parchment.


Made of: mulberry (neck and lower sounding board); parchment and fish skin (upper sounding board); silk or metal (strings)
Lenght: 50 cm
Played with: bow


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Musical instrument gidjak