Hmm, Kaba Gaida is what it is called in Bulgaria but this is a deeper
greater sound and actually a more ancient type than the kidn you are
talking about. One of my dreams is to go to this festival they have in
Prilep, Macedonia where about 3000 or so gaida players (and a few tapan
players, the two instruments kind of going together soundwise) are
playing something together in , say 11/13 rhythm and a few of the people
around are dancing to it.
There's a lot of gaida stuff online. Here is a guy learning:
Here is the most famous gaida person, Pece Atanasoski:
Macedonian/Rhodopian gaidas have kind of a chirp possibility in their
play along with the chanters and etc
Encourages people to stop smoking, for sure. Gotta have a certain
amount of lung capacity to fill that large goatskin.
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