Duduk, cylindrical oboe, by Mikhail Sadoev, of wood, with eight carved and burnt-out fingerholes, and one thumbhole located between the levels of the first and second fingerholes. The reed is a length of cane, flattened at one end, with paper bound round the distal end and a ligature of black thread. Tuning bridle and wooden reed-guard.
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