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  • n. An ancient Thracian bagpipe, variations of which are still played in the Balkans.


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  • Djena - "Shte Te Spechelia" Translated to “I will win you,” this is your typical break-up song, only with the inclusion of an electric form of some sort of folk instrument could be a horn, gaida, fiddle... who knows.

    OIB: Chalga

  • Darriau breaks out his gaida and pairs with kaval for a Celtic-esque foray entitled (Sofia News Agency)

  • Darriau is an alto man and clarinetist who has also mastered several Eastern European instruments such as the gaida (bagpipe) and Bulgarian wood flute or kaval. (Sofia News Agency)

  • _choró_ ([Greek: choros]), which is danced on the village green to the strains of the _gaida_ or bagpipe, and the _gûsla_, a rudimentary fiddle.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • polish artist gregor gaida makes sculptures that draw your attention. click here for his website and here for adler gallery, representing him.

    happy famous artists


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