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Bulgarian KABA GAIDA CHANTER in E , HORN

  • Product Code: Music bagpipe
  • Availability: 2-3 Days

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This is a kaba gaida chanter in E. Length: 29,5 cm / 11,6". There is a reed and protection cap comming with. The chanter is made according to the tradition: for the wooden basis is used the hearth of sellected plum tree, which is covered with the typical for Rhodopean gaida horn decoration. It is a beautiful combination of black cow horn and white bone.

The chanter is perfectly crafted by one of the two best masters in country - Manol Tashkov.  

Designed for professional players.


Additional information
The name of our Kaba Gaida master is Manol Tashkov. He has been making gaida instruments for more than 30 years now. He started playing the bag pipe when he was a little child. He took part in the famous ensembles in the village of Guella, the towns of Devin, Smolyan and Shiroka Luka. He worked for the Devin cultural activities club both as a musician and a gaida instructor. Manol Tashkov has been an inseparable part of the world known folk ensemble “100 Kaba Gaidi”.
He has been awarded a great number of prizes: 5 gold medals of Koprivshtitsa folklore festival (the most popular Bulgarian festival of recent times). Four of the medals were awarded for individual performances, and one- for a folk ensemble instructor. Mr. Tashkov was also honored with 2 silver medals from the Rozhen gathering, numberless certificates, badges and other prizes from both Bulgarian and foreign competitions.

The reason why Manol Tashkov is such a popular and respected gaida master is that he manages to preserve the authentic sound of Kaba Gaida. He avoids combining the way kaba and djura gaida sound. He insists on the purity of sound and specificity of Kaba Gaida, the voice of the Rhodope Mountain.

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