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Azerbaijani musician Meshadi Jamil Amirov playing qanun, Elizabethpol (today Ganja), 1915

Azerbaijani musician Meshadi Jamil Amirov playing qanun, Elizabethpol (today Ganja), 1915

79-tone Kanun on the couch.jpg

79-tone Kanun on the couch.jpg

KANUN: The kanun is one of the kithara class of instruments. Kithara is the common designation for instruments in which the sound is produced by the vibration of taut strings arranged "openly" from short to long. #turkish #instrument

KANUN: The kanun is one of the kithara class of instruments. Kithara is the common designation for instruments in which the sound is produced by the vibration of taut strings arranged "openly" from short to long. #turkish #instrument

The Qanun, or kanun is a beautiful harp found in Egypt and across the Middle East. Traditionally, it has 26 strings.

The Qanun, or kanun is a beautiful harp found in Egypt and across the Middle East. Traditionally, it has 26 strings.

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Ottoman

Turkish harems dress. A SULTANA, OR ODALlSK. Ottoman Empire Costume

Turkish harems dress. A SULTANA, OR ODALlSK. Ottoman Empire Costume

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Ladies in Turkish Dress: A Visual Feast | Life Takes Lemons

Ladies in Turkish Dress: A Visual Feast | Life Takes Lemons

Qanun  Date: 19th century  Geography: Turkey  Culture: Turkey  Medium: Wood, various materials

Qanun Date: 19th century Geography: Turkey Culture: Turkey Medium: Wood, various materials

QANUN  The qanun is a descendent of the old Egyptian harp and has played an integral part in Arab music since the tenth century. A kind of dulcimer, its Arabic name (from Greek) means 'rule' or 'law.' The qanun was introduced to Europe by the 12th Century, becoming known during the 14th to the 16th Century as a psaltery or zither. The form of the qanun consists of a trapezoid-shaped flat board over which 64 to 81 strings are stretched in groups of two or three to each note.  The instrument…

QANUN The qanun is a descendent of the old Egyptian harp and has played an integral part in Arab music since the tenth century. A kind of dulcimer, its Arabic name (from Greek) means 'rule' or 'law.' The qanun was introduced to Europe by the 12th Century, becoming known during the 14th to the 16th Century as a psaltery or zither. The form of the qanun consists of a trapezoid-shaped flat board over which 64 to 81 strings are stretched in groups of two or three to each note. The instrument…