Instrument Museum

  • Accordion (Tatar)
  • Asatayak (Kazakhstan)
  • Lovers instrument (Azerbaijan)
  • Leg Santer (East Turkestan)
  • Binding (Anatolia)
  • Bass stiff (Kazakhstan)
  • Bayçe (Tatarstan)
  • Biwa (Japan)
  • Cure (Anatolia)
  • Bell (Asia)
  • Çarango (Peru)
  • Çeng (Seljuks)
  • Çeng (Pazyryk)
  • Çeng (Uyghur)
  • Çeng (Pazyryk)
  • Çeng (Ottoman)
  • Darbuka (Anatolia)
  • Shell (India)
  • Camel Bell (Asia)
  • Didjerido (Australia)
  • tuning fork
  • Dombra (Kazakhstan)
  • Dombra (Turkestan)
  • Dudar (Turkmenistan)
  • Dudar (Xinjiang (Uyghur))
  • Eltek
  • Erb valve (Anatolia)
  • Erhu (Chinese)
  • Gekka’s (Japan)
  • Gıçek (Uyghur)
  • Guitar (Spain)
  • Gubuz, Shankopuz (Kazakhstan)
  • Harmonium (India)
  • Indian drums (India)
  • Huzkırık (Kazakhstan)
  • Pumpkin Kemane (Anatolia)
  • Kajo’s (Spain)
  • Clapper (Tatar)
  • Violin (Europe)
  • Kemane (Turkey)
  • Fiddle (Azerbaijan)
  • Fiddle (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Fiddle (Black)
  • Kemneç to (Uzbekistan)
  • Kılkopuz (Altay)
  • Byzantine lyra (Anatolia)
  • Our Ko (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Lute (Uyghur)
  • Kora (African)
  • Koray (Tatarstan)
  • Koto (China)
  • Lire (Switzerland)
  • Mandolin (Italy)
  • Marimba (South America)
  • Mazhar (Anatolia)
  • Mehter bell (Anatolia)
  • Murinan is (Moğolisy that, Tuva)
  • Nay (Iran)
  • Nef (Asia)
  • Ney
  • Syrinx, miskal
  • Rain Pipe (Indonesia)
  • Drums of Ramadan (Anatolia)
  • Rebab (Afghan, Tajik)
  • Rebab (Central Asia)
  • Rubab (Afghanistan)
  • Rubab, Koçkarca (Uzbekistan)
  • Rubab, Koçkarca (Uyghur)
  • Santer (Iran)
  • Sapai (Uyghur)
  • Setar (Iran)
  • Sitar (India)
  • Shaman Drum (Altay)
  • Shamisen (Japan)
  • Şerter (Kazakhstan)
  • Tabla (India)
  • Tanbur (Seljuks)
  • Tanbur (Uzbekistan)
  • Tar (Tabriz)
  • Tar (Azerbaijan)
  • Tar (Iran)
  • Tef (Anatolia)
  • Rattle Box (Cerrahpaşa)
  • Trumpet
  • Tulum (Anatolia)
  • Ud (Anatolia)
  • Urmevi invented the musical instrument (Central Asia)
  • Yatug (Kazakhstan)
  • Yatug the (Bashkir)
  • Yatug with dolphins
  • Ziller (Kazakhstan)
  • Ziller (Anatolia)
  • Horn (Thrace)

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