Antique oriental exotic musical instrument Sarinda -سارنده
One-off Balochistan Ghichak musical instrument from Afghanistan.
Rare and unique Wandering Dervishes musical instrument, short-necked fiddle, from Afghanistan.
Height approx. 14 cm
Width approx. 26 cm
Length approx. 66 cm
Weight approx. 2100 grams
With age-related signs of wear, but no noticeable damage.
The most important instrument of the music of the Baloch, which was influenced by wandering dervishes, is the sorud or qeychak called fiddle. It plays a special role in the zikr-like quati chants for healing the possessed and the qalandari chants in honor of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar.
The bowl-shaped short-necked violin shown here has a sympathetic string and 8 playing strings that run over individual bridges on the edge of the neck. The bridge resting on the lower body covered with animal skin has the shape of "castle battlements.
**Due to photography and handwork, color variations may occur.
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