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For places in Iran, see Dulab, Iran.
A dūlāb (Arabic: دولاب; literally "wheel"; plural: dawālīb, Arabic: دواليب) is a short instrumental composition used as an introduction in Arabic music, which serves to introduce the maqam. It is generally performed in unison by a full ensemble.
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