Çığırtma

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Çığırtma or çağırtma[1] is a Turkish folk instrument of the wind type.[2]

The çığırtma is made from the wing bone of an eagle. It is known to be used mostly by shepherds and is an almost forgotten instrument today. It has a total of seven melody holes with six on the top and one underneath. It is about 15–30 centimeters (5.9–11.8 inches) long.

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  1. ^ Büyük lûgat ve ansiklopedi. Meydan Yaninevi. 1985. 
  2. ^ M. Öcal Oğuz (2008). Turkey's Intangible Cultural Heritage. Ministry of Culture and Tourism. ISBN 978-975-17-3369-6.