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iFilm+ introduces Persian instruments Sorna, Tombak

Sorna and Tombak as traditional Persian instruments have been introduced on the latest edition of ‘iFilm+’ show.

Sorna and Tombak as traditional Persian instruments have been introduced on the latest edition of ‘iFilm+’ show.  

Iranians usually start the New Year with a popular and old school melody of Sorna, an ancient Iranian wood wind instrument.

Sorna is played in different parts of the world from Greece to India. In Iran, the history of this instrument dates back to the Sasanid era.

This instrument in the different regions of Iran has its own timber and can be distinguished from its other counterparts. For example, distinguishing Lori, Mazandarani, Khorasani, and Kurdish Sornas from each other is easy.

Another traditional instruments played for Nowruz in Persian culture is Tombak.

Tombak is also an Iranian goblet drum that is considered the principal percussion instrument of Persian music.

Enjoy a duet of the mentioned instruments by Ehsan Abdipour and Babak Peymani from Iran’s Lorestan Province.

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