Zurla has seven holes and one thumb hole on the back side, and exhaust holes in the bottom, and a reed in the upper drive. Zurla plays two octaves of (approximately) the natural scale.
Chromatic tones (D #, F #, A # and B #) can also be played by. Changing the combination of pressure and coverage holes tones.When playing, Zurla is held with both hands at an angle of approximately 45 ° to the sight. The fingers of the left hand cover the lower four holes, while the fingers of the right hand cover the upper holes and thumb hole. Flattened cane placed across the mouth and lips are touching the metal disk cover with plastic that helps facial muscles.
Playing this instrument requires the technique of circular breathing. This instrument has a distinctive, very loud and penetrating sound and is almost always accompanied by drums. Standard combines two zurla's and two drums.
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