Länder und Namen der Instrumente, Volksoboen (A) und Bambusklarinetten (B)


Countries, Names and Links for Folk Oboes (A) and Bamboo-Clarinets (B)
Note: These lists are incomplete. There are many more local Names.
Pronunciations in local languages and dialects do not permit adequate transcription


A) Folk Oboes
Country
Name
Remarks Region, Group
Synonyms
Links in English
Links in German / Deutsch
Germany
Schalmei


http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schalmei
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shawm
Germany
Schalmei (Martinshorn)

Martinshorn, Martinstrompete

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martinstrompete
Egypt
Aba
For Mizmar baladi
Mizmar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizmar
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizmar
Korea
Tang-p'iri

see: Piri
http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/55a/176.html
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_%28Musikinstrument%29
Tanzania
Zumari

Nzumari


Egypt
Telt

see: Mizmar


Egypt
Mizmar
Basic Name for different wind Instruments
small=Sibs,
mittlere=Shalabiyya,
grösste=Telt (die "Dritte")
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizmar
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizmar
Egypt
Mizmar baladi

Aba, see: Mizmar


Egypt
Shalabiyya

see: Mizmar


Egypt
Sibs

see: Mizmar


Egypt
Zamr
also Clarinet: Tunisia, Morocco
see: Mizmar


Armenia, Georigan Rep., Aserbaidschan, N-Caucasus
Duduk
Also flute
Duduki, see: also Balaban (Turkmenistan, Usbekistan, Zentralasien), Mey (Turkey)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duduk
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duduk
Aserbaidschan
Balaman
Also Clarinet
See: Duduk


Bali
Pereret
see: Selompret von Zentral-Java

http://braingoreng.blogspot.com/2009/05/suling-pereret-b-886.html

Basque country
Bolingozo

Dulzaina
http://www.worldlingo.com/ma/enwiki/en/Dulzaina
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulzaina
Bretagne
Bombarde


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombard_%28music%29
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombarde_%28Musikinstrument%29
Myanmar
Hnè


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hne
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hne
China
Aizai

Suona
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aizai
China
Bili

Guan, Kwan
http://www.paulnoll.com/China/Music/mus-guan.html

China
Dachui

Suona
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
China
Haidi

Suona
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
China (Han)
Suona

Laba
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suona
China
Dai-hichiriki

Hichiriki


Japan
Hichiriki




China (Han)
Guan, Quan

Kuan, Guanzi, Bili
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guan_%28instrument%29

England
Whithorn

May-Horn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hornpipe_%28musical_instrument%29

English
Shawm


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shawm

Gascogne, Massif Central, Bourgogne Pyrenees
Bramevac

Tontarde (Vendée)


Greece
Pipiza
smaller then Zurna

http://www.mochpryderi.com/Bombarde.html

Greece
Karamouza
smaller then Zourna

http://ling.kfunigraz.ac.at/~rombase/cgi-bin/art.cgi?src=data/music/instr/davul.de.xml
http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/mac_gree.htm
Greece,
Zournas
MazedonieN- Thrakia, W-Roumeli & Mytilini
see: Zurna.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurna
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurna
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurna
India
Mohori
Orissa & Assam



India
Perened
S-Bihar Ghasi, Dom, Gorait
Pendre, Perene, Perered
http://www.12trad.com/instrument-a-vent-anche-double-p1-167.html
http://www.google.ch/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=4&ved=0CDEQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fa.papavassiliou.free.fr%2Fmusico%2Fdossiers%2FLe%2520hautbois6.docx&rct=j&q=perened%20instrument%20wiki&ei=QT3yTPakEIaWswaI59SlCw&usg=AFQjCNFVs7xFfZJDvrHE58lIDxKKqOQYnw&cad=rjt
Indonesia
Numena
Flores



Indonesia
Saronen
Madura & E-Java.
see: Selompret
http://www.thefullwiki.org/Double_reed
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piffero
Indonesia
Tola waghe
Nias



Iran (Bakhtyari & Qashqai)
Karna




Italy
Piffaro

Piffero, Ciaramella
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piffero
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piffero
http://wapedia.mobi/de/Ciaramella
Japan
Charumera

Tojin-bue (chinesische Flöte)


Japan
Hichiriki
see: Guan, P'iri

http://jtrad.columbia.jp/eng/i_hichiriki.html
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hichiriki
Japan
Tojin-bue

see: Charumera


Java
Sompret




Balkan States
Svirale




Balkan States
Trubka od kore




Balkan States,
Sopila
Krk island

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sopila

Cambodia
Sralai

big: Sralai-dham;
small: Sralai-tuc
http://www.umbc.edu/eol/cambodia/sralai.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sralai

Spain, Catalonia
Gralla

Tenora (Tenorlage),
Tiple (Sopran)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenora
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gralla_%28Musikinstrument%29
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenora
Spain, Catalonia
Tenora


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenora
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenora
Caucasus Aserbaidschan, N-Iran, Turkmenenistan, Kurds in NO-Iraq
Balaban

Qarnata (NO-Iraq)


Kenya
Nzumari
Digo
Bung'o (Duruma);
Zumari


Kenya,
Bung'o
Duruma
Nzumari


Korea
Hodugi
cylindrical
Podu-p'iri


Korea
Hojok

T'Aep'Yongso


Korea
Hyang-p'iri
cylindrical
P'iri

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_%28Musikinstrument%29
Korea
Nallari

see: T'Aep'Yöngso


Korea
P'iri

Hyang-P'iri ("eingeborene"),
Se-P'iri (dünne),
Tang-P'iri (chinese)
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piri_%28Musikinstrument%29
Korea
Sagwan

see: P'iri


Korea
Swaenap

see: T'aep 'Yöngso


Korea
Tae-p'iri
cylindrical
see: P'iri


Korea
T'aep'yöngso

Hojök, Swaenap, Nallari


Cuba
Trompetica china
Chinese minorities
Type Sona


Ladakh
Ha-rib

Sur-na


Tanzania (Madagaskar)
Kabiry
Bigger then Anjomara


http://www.association-rakalobe.org/pageLibre000100fc.html
Maghreb
Alita

see: Algaita


Malaysia
Kungkurak
Dusan (Sabah)

http://www.google.ch/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=3&ved=0CCYQFjAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fa.papavassiliou.free.fr%2Fmusico%2Fdossiers%2FLe%2520hautbois6.docx&rct=j&q=Kungkurak%20instrument&ei=OkTyTIKlM87Lswb1-Pn_Cg&usg=AFQjCNFVs7xFfZJDvrHE58lIDxKKqOQYnw&cad=rjt
Morocco, Algeria Libya, Tunisia
Ghayta
also Pipe
Raita, Rhaita


Macedonia Serbia
Zurla




N- u. W-Sumatra.
Tulila
Mandailing, Angkola, Minangkabau
as Saleot, without Horn


N- & W-Sumatra
Saleot
Mandailing, Angkola, Minangkabau



Nepal
Mvahli
Newari
Mohali; gebogene Form: Desimvahli


Nepal
Sahanai
Damai



Nepal
Desimvahli (Newari)

Mvahli


Nigeria (Tiv)
Agida

Algaita


N-India
Sahnai

Sanai, Shahnai, Shehnai


NO-India
Mahuri-diazu
Nagaland

http://www.hindu.com/2010/03/13/stories/2010031361560300.htm

N-O-Iraq
Qarnata
cylindrical
see: Balaban


Vietnam Laos, NO-Thailand, China (South)
Xyu
Hmong
see: Suona


N-Sumatra, (Mandailing)
Bulo surik




Vietnam
Phan-ty
Dao
Big:
Phan-ty-nhay;
small:
Phan-ty-cong


Vietnam
Pile
Thay
see: Guan


Vietnam
Sona
Nung von
see: Suona & Ken Bau
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%A8n_b%E1%BA%A7u
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%A8n_b%E1%BA%A7u
NW-Madagascar
Anjomara


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Madagascar

O-India
Mahuri
Bengalen & Orissa



Pakistan
Mutta
N-Sind & Multan (Panjab)



Pakistan
Sharnai
Sind, Panjab
big: Mutta
smalls: Ghazzi


Pakistan, Sind
Ghazzi




S-India
Mori
Karnataka



S-India
Nagasvaram

Nagasuram, Nayanam;
Bordun: Ottu


S-India
Ottu
Borduninstrument



S-Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrein, Golf states
Srnaj




Slovakia
Trubka




Spain
Dulzaina
Bolingozo (Navarra), Gaita navarra (Navarra) see:also Chirimia, Donsaina
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulzaina
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulzaina
Spain, Maghreb
Gaita
also for pipe;
Gaida, Gajde, Gajdy, Ghaida, Ghaite, Ghayta, Kaita, Aghiyad, Algaita


Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras (Prov. Azuay, Cañar), Ecuador (Quechuas)
Chirimia, Xirimia

Xirimia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chirimia

Spain, Portugal, Basque country
Charamel

Charamela, Charamelinha, Charamita, Charumbela, in Ciaramella (S-Italy)

Sri Lanka
Dirgha horanava




Sri Lanka
Horanava




South- India
Kol
Nilgiri-mountains (Kota)
Koul


Sumatra
Seurune-kalee
Prov.:Aceh



Sumatra (Riau) u. Malaysia
Nafiri




Sumatra, Malaysia
Sarunai

Sarinai, Sarune, Sarunei, Serunai, Serune


Thailand
Se-p'iri

see: P'iri


Thailand, Laos, Cambodia
Pi
Basic Name. Small= Pi-nok; medium= Pi-klang; big= Pi -nai; conic Form: small= Pi-chawa; big= Pi-mon; Laos: also Saralai; Campuchea: Pi-prapus, Pey-ar, Pey-prabos
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi_%28instrument%29
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi_%28Musikinstrument%29
Tibet
Rgya-gling

Gyaling
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyaling
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyaling
Turkey
Mey
cylindrical
See: Duduk big=Ana medium=Orta, small=Cura.
see: Balaban & Duduk
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duduk
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duduk
Turkey
Sorna
Zurna
see: Srnay (Golfstaaten), Mizmar (Egypt), Zukra (Tunisia), Ghayta (Morocco, Algeria & Libyia), Zournas (Greece, Bulgaria), Sorna, Sornai, Surnai (Iran, Tadschikistan, Usbekistan, Kirgisien, Afghanistan, Surna (Pakistan), Surnai (Kaschmir & Radshasthan), see: Sur-Na Ladakh & Bhutan, Sahnai (India), Sarunai SE-Asia Sumatra u. West Malaysia, Sona (China), Europe: Zurla (Macedonia u. Serbia), Surla (Rumania), Surle (Albania)
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurna

Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Algeria
Zurna
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zurna
Hungary, Romania, Transylvania, Moldavia
Tárogató
Single Reed

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%A1rogat%C3%B3
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%A1rogat%C3%B3
Spain, (Valencia)
Donsaina

Dulzaina


Vietnam
Kèn-bau
Phan-Ty, Sona ( Nung), Sarunai, Sarinai ( Cham)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khene
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khene
Africa (w) Mali (s) u. Niger (s), Nigeria (n), Tschaad
Algaita
Algaitaru(Fulani)
Aligata (Teile Nigerias)
Alita (Kanuri)
Agida (im Tiv)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algaita
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algaita
France(w)
Tontarde
Rindenoboe



India (w)
Pipani
Maharashtra
see: Sahnai


India (w)
Sundri
Maharashtra
see: Sahnai
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_musical_instruments

Indonesia, Java (w)
Tarompet
S&agebiet



India (central)
Mohuri
Madhya Pradesh



Java (central)
Tetepret
Banyumas
see: Selompret


Java (central & east)
Selompret

Slompret, Serompret, Sompret)


B) Bamboo-Clarinets

Country
Name
Remarks Region, Group
Synonyms
Links in English
Links in German / Deutsch






France
Alboka
Baskenland
Albogon, Albogue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alboka
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alboka
Egypt
Anfita
Sinai,also Flöte
Uffata


Egypt, Maghreb
Arghul
Different Names in ifferent regions
Arghoul
kebyr=big
soghayr=medium
asghar=small
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arghul
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arghul
Usbekistan, Tadschikstan
Balaban
Also: Oboe
Balaman (Karakalpaken)


Sumatra
Bebeulen
Zentral-Acehe (Region Takengon, Gayo).



Chad (n)
Bilil

Four holes
Tibesti: 4 holes Kanem: 5 holes


India, Pakistan
Bin jog




Nigeria
Binakun: Nupe
Single reed, transverse clarinet



Lithuania
Birbyne


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birbyn%C4%97
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birbyn%C4%97
Nigeria
Birong
(Cham) Transverse clarinet




Bou-kam
Obervolta (Bisa), Transverse clarinet
Boumpa, Bumpa


Sumatra (Province Aceh)
Buloh meurindu




Burkina Faso
Bumpa
Bisa, Transverse clarinet



Columbia
Cana de millo
Transverse clarinet
Pito


Turkey
Cifte

Argun, Argul (Antakya)


Nigeria
Damalgo
Hausa Transverse clarinet



Vietnam
Dding




Vietnam
Dich quan




Turkmenistan
Dilli-tuiduk
Turkmen



Mali & Niger
Dilliara
Songhay,
Transverse clarinet



Bosnia, Herzogovina
Diple
Also: Pipe

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diple
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diple
India
Dobr
Gujarat
with calabash



Iran, Aserbaidschan, Kurdistan
Dozale

Qushma, Kushney (in Khorasan)


Slovakia
Drcek




Asia (central-w)
Dutke
Kurds



Kurdistan, Asia (w)
Duzele
Kurds



N-W-Argentine Bolivia Peru (Altiplano)
Erke




Argentine (nw)
Erkencho




Slovakia
Fanfarka




Spain, Portugal Europe Middle East, Latin America
Gaita
Different woodwind instruments, also oboe, pipe, flute: Gaida, Gajde, Gajdy, Ghaida, Ghaite, Ghayta, Kaita, Aghiyad, Algaita,Gaita serrana or Gaita zamorana

Lithuania
Ganu-rags




India
Ghoga
Maharashtra, small with clabash



Turkmenistan, Central Asia
Gosho-dilli-tuiduk
Turkmen



Serbia, Balkan states,
Macedonia
Grneta




Nigeria
Gworitod
Birom,
Transverse clarinet



Nigeria
Hitiribo
d. Gunga,
Transverse clarinet



England
Hornpipe
also f. pipe



Indonesia
Hu'a-hu'a
Flores



Philippines (n)
Hupep
Ifugano



Indonesia, Sumatra
Iyup-iyup
Prov. Aceh



Golf states
Jifti

see: Mizmar


Central Asia
Juftnai
Tadschik



Nigeria
K'cindo
Dakakari,
Transverse clarinet



Finland
Karjennoukka




Vietnam
Ken doi




Vietnam
Ken-mot




India
Khongada
Maharahtra
with calabsh



Chad (n-w)
Korotil
Kanembu,
Transverse clarinet



Vietnam (Center)
Köwao
Koho



Nigeria
Kungagiwa
Kambari.
Transverse clarinet



Central Asia
Kushney

see: Dozale, Qoshnai


Indonesia
Lai-waghe
Nias



Italy
Launeddas
Sardinia,
triple clarinet

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Launedda
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Launedda
Mali
Leru
Dogon (?),
Transverse clarinet



Nigeria
Liga-Liga
Kilba,
Transverse clarinet



Chad
Liita
Kanembu,
Transverse clarinet



Karelia
Liru




Karelia
Luddu

Long: Liru


Chad
Magruna
arabischer Bevölkerung u. d.
Kanembu



Libya
Magruna




India
Mahuvar
Gujarat
see: Pungi


S-India
Makuti
Tamil Nadu
see: Pungi, also: Pambati-kulal


Greece
Mandoura
vorwiegend Kreta




Maqruna

see: Mijwiz


Egypt, Maghreb
Mashura
long Drone



Belgium
Meozelzak




Egypt
Mijwiz
Midjwiz, Migwiz, Mizwidj, Mizwij, Mujwiz



Misnice

Diple


Iraq
Mitbaj
d.Kurden



Arabic basic Name for reed instruments
Mizmar
Also:Wodwind instrument, oboe



Basic Name for wind instruments in India (nw)
Murali
Pakistan,Gujara,Radshasthan, Suraniya Langa Radshasthan
Murla, Murli, Muli,
also Bin Pungi=big
"Snake charmers Flute” Agore, Mansuri, Tanki, Murali also: Flute


Mutbej

Mutbiq, Mutabbiq, see: Mijwiz


Hungary
Nadsip




N-India
Nagbin

Pungi


India
Nagesvar
Orissa
Pungi


Sri Lanka
Nainala




Indonesia
Ngao-Ngao
Flores



Russia (Mordovinia)
Nudi
Mordvin



Nigeria
Obati
Haussa,
transverse clarinet
Tilboror, Tilliko, Tillikoro


Nigeria
Okwah
Duka
transverse clarinet



N-Sumatra
Ole-ole
Mandailing, Angkola, Btak Toba



Indonesia
Om-om
Central-Sulawesi



Indonesia
Orupi
Flores
Hu' a-ha' u.
ngao-ngao


Indonesia
Pa' barrung
S-Sulawesi



Rumania
Pai




India
Pampatti-kulai
Tamil Nadu
Makuti, see:Pungi


Indonesia
Papuwi
Flores



India
Pavri
Gujarat
see:Tarpo


Lithuania
Pega




India
Pempa
Assam
Pepa


Indonesia
Pepeon
Sumatra: Aceh & Gayo



Indonesia
Perere
Flores, Manggarai



England
Pigborn
With calabash



Sambia
Pinto
d.Tonga



India, large parts of asia
Pungi
With calabash, also Trombone.
Pugi, Ponga, Pongi, Pungi, Bin, Nagbin, Bin-jogi, Tumba, Tumbi, Tomra, Dobru, pavri, Mahuvar, Sapurer Basi, Nagesvar, Nagasvaram(!), Makuti, Pambatti, Kulal, u. viele lokale Namen, see: Murali, bige Form:Tarpo (W-India)

Indonesia
Pupuik baranak
Sumatra: Minangkabau



Indonesia
Pupuik gadang
W-Sumatra: Minangkabau



Indonesia
Pupuik sarunai

see: Pupuik baranak


Indonesia
Pupuwi
W-Sumatra, d. Minangkabau



Indonesia
Puyu-puyu barang nyemei
N-Sumatra



Uzbekistan
Qoshnai
Usbek in Central Asia
Koshnai, Kushney


Kurdistan
Qushma




Kurdistan
Qushma




Indonesia
Ra'us woga
Flores, Manggarai



Vietnam, NO-Thailand, Burma, S-China
Raj
Hmong: For Woddwinds also: Flute, Mouth organ



Eastland
Roopill




Philippines
Sahunay
Tausug
Saunay


India
Sapurer basi
Bengalen, Bangladesch
Sapurer bansi, see: Pungi


Philippines
Saunay

Sahunay


Uzbekistan
Sibziq
Usbeks, Central Asia



Indonesia
Sigu
Nias, basic instrument name
Sigu-waghe
Lai-waghe


Lithuania
Spendele




Georgian Rep.
Stviri




Nigeria
Tagalabu
Hausa, transverse clarinet



Ghana
Taletenga




W-India
Tarp
With calabash.
see: Pungi, grösser
Pavri, ganz big: Khongada (Gujarat)


Nigeria
Tilboro
d. Hausa, transverse clarinet
Obati, Tilliko, Tillikoro


N-India
Tomra
With calabash
see: Pungi


Balkan
Truba od kore




Nigeria
Tsiriki
Kebbi,



Nigeria
Tukpolo
d. Gwari, transverse clarinet



Mali
Tunturu
d. Maninka, transverse clarinet



Ural, Wolga-Region
Tutut
Chuvash,



Nigeria
Veng-kung
Angas, transverse clarinet



Indonesia
Wa
Sumatra, Prov. Aceh
Pepeon


Ibiza, Baleares
Xeremia
Also: Oboe



Iraq
Zammara

see: Mizmar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
Tunisia, Morocco
Zamr

Egypt: Zamr rifi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
Russia
Zhaleyka

Rozhok, Bryolka


Albania
Zumare
also Albanern in Montenegro
Zumara
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
Iraq, Egypt
Zummara

Lybia: Ghayta
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zummara