Altai with Duyug - Living Mythologies
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  • Duyuglar (дуюглар) in the plural. This is a self-sounding percussion (idiophone), made by first boiling and then drying horse hooves. Sound production is from the beating of the hooves directly with each other and ornamental bells and other metallic objects can be added to the inside. This instrument was manufactured for the first time and put into music use by percussionist and drummer Alexey Saryglar, one the collaborative members of Living Mythologies.

 

Duyug

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