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KAMANCHEH

Our budget Kamanche is the famous Kamanche coming from Lorestan region in Iran. It is very unique by having the bowl open, which increases the sound and volume significantly. Made of high quality walnut, and with great care for details and comfort of play. This is a carved kamanche, meaning that the bowl is solid wood, made of single wood piece.

The kamancheh is an Iranian bowed string instrument, used also in Lurish, Armenian, Azerbaijani,|Uyghur music]],Turkish and Kurdish music and related to the rebab, the historical ancestor of the kamancheh and also to the bowed Byzantine lyra, ancestor of the European violin family. The strings are played with a variable-tension bow. It is widely used in the classical music of Iran, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kurdistan Regions with slight variations in the structure of the instrument.

The term Kamancheh applied to various types of fiddle mainly found in Iran, the Caucasus and Turkey. The word Kamancheh is documented from the 10th century and the instrument probably reached Byzantium in the 11th or 12th century via Anatolia.

Kamancheh, the Persian spike fiddle, has a spherical body built of tapering wooden sections or carved in one piece. 
Pooyan Nassehpoor, as a instrument maker and musician, translated and patterned the term striped bowl from Persian language instead of the term tapering wooden sections. And also solid bowl instead of body carved in one piece. So we can use 2 different terms regarding the Kamanche types

he bridge rests on a circular sound-table which is made of very thin lamb or fish skin. The rounded neck is fixed to a spike which passes through the body and acts as a support for the instrument. During performance the player rests the instrument vertically on the knee, and turn the instrument to meet the bow rather than guiding the bow across the strings. The bow hair is tightened by inserting the fingers between the horsehair and the wood

The Kamancheh type used in Lorestan, which is called Kamanche-ye Lori or Kamanche-ye Posht-Baaz   has a cone shaped body open at the back , or be made of a spherical gourd.

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