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Hybrid Kaval is an experimental instrument elaborated by my friend David Faulwasser. It's made with the idea of multi-style playing in mind. It is possible to use different playing positions on it: turkish (over the right side of the lips), persian (between upper front teeth, khakassian khobrakh flute style (between upper 2nd and 3rd tooth), shakuhachi position. The playing tube is interchangable: you can use 8-hole turkish kaval system or 9-hole armenian blul system.
It is chromatic and have the range of 3 octaves.

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Comment by Steve Sklar on February 5, 2009 at 6:51am
Sweet! As expected...


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