- A recent borrowing, probably from Armenian դուդուկ (duduk), itself from Ottoman Turkish دودوک (düdük). (Wiktionary)
“The duduk is a simple instrument; but deceptively so, in that it requires an embouchure and diaphragm of steel plus circular breathing to elicit its haunting, cool sound.”
“We wanted to share that moment with his family and loved ones in Turkey so we called Istanbul and the voice of "duduk" reached from Yerevan to Istanbul through the phone.”
“The young man playing "duduk" approached our table and said, "I had composed a piece for Hrant Dink.”
“The name of Jivan Gasparyan Sr. has been synonymous with Armenian duduk for over 60 years.”
“As a boy, Gasparyan fell in love with the music of the apricot-wood duduk, and today he's a global ambassador for its sound.”
“Djivan Gasparyan is the doyen of the duduk, an oboe-like Armenian instrument.”
“Namtchylak has performed with numerous orchestras and recorded with Armenian duduk player Djivan Gasparyan.”
“The visit was capped off by a spontaneous duduk concert by one of his nephews.”
“During our training a year ago, we had learned that the “duduk,” a reed instrument in the oboe family, was the pride and joy of Armenia.”
“Malem2 Hc & PAPA lagi di studio, santai2 abis makan es krim xP~ ada seorang asisten juga lagi duduk-duduk.”
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