Karamuza

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The karamuza (Greek: καραμούζα), is a type of Greek reed instrument, evolved from the ancient Greek musical instrument, Aulos. It is made from wood, with a length of about 60 cm. Karamuza was already existed in Greek music, before klarino seeded in Greece. It is very widespread and beloved in many regions of Greece, especially in Thessalia, Peloponnese and Macedonia.

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