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The jirba (Arabic: قربة (also spelled جربة; also transliterated dzirba, girba) is a droneless, single-reed, double-chantered bagpipe played on Bahrain, particularly by ethnic Iranians, as well as on the Kuwaiti island of Faylaka.
- "Arabian Gulf": ("jirba") phonoarchive.org. (archived from April 11, 2008)
- "The art of the "jirbah" (in Arabic)
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