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Basic lexicon German

Nachstehend sind deutsche Gattungsbezeichnungen mit Beschreibungen (auf Englisch) für verschiedene Teile aufgeführt, von denen einige niemals in ein und demselben Dudelsack existieren. Lokale Terminologie wird nur in den Beschreibungen der betreffenden Dudelsäcke verwendet.


Anblaserohr, Anblasrohr

Authentisch (Tonleiter)

Birn(baum)holz (Pyrus communis)

Blasebalg

Blâterspil

Blatt

Blei

Bohrung

Bordüre [?]

Buchs(baum) (Buxus sempervirens)

Dekoration

Doppelpfeife

Doppelrohrblatt

Dudeln

Dudelsack

Dudelsackspieler

Düse

Elfenbein

Feder

Gedackt, Gedeckt

Gelenk

Gemischte Griffweise

Geschlossene Griffweise

Griffloch

Griffweise

Gürtel

Hartholz (Angiospermae)

Hartriegel (Cornus mas(cula))

Herabhängend

Höllensack

Holunder (Sambucus nigra)

Holz

Horn

Hülle [?]

Intarsie

Jammertüte

Joch [?]

Kalebasse

Kämmen [?]

Kerbe

Kirsche (Kirschbaum) (Prunus avium)

Klappe

Klappenkapsel

Klappenlager

Klappenlöffel

Klappenpolster

Klappenstiel

Konisch (Bohrung)

Ligatur [?]

Melodiepfeife

Mundkapsel

Mundorgel

Naht [?]

Nebeneinander

Niete

Offene Griffweise

Olivenholz (Olea europaea)

Palisander(holz) (Jacaranda brasiliensis)

Pflaume(nholz) (Prunus domestica)

Plagal (Tonleiter)

Platerspiel

Platte

Riemchen

Rohr

Rohrblatt

Röhrchen

Rückwärts

Sack

Schallloch (or Schall-Loch; before 1996: Schalloch)

Scharnier

Schräg

Seitlich

Senkrecht (aufragend)

Stiefel

Stimmen

Stimmer

Stimmloch

Stimmzunge

Stufenbordun

Stürze

Teufels Blasebalg

Tiekholz (Tectona grandis)

Tiuvels Blâsbelg

Triller

Tülle

Überblasen

Ventil

Ventil

Verzierung [?]

Vibrato

Wasserfalle [?]

Wicklung [?]

Windkasten

Zapfen

Zapfenloch

Zaum [?]

Zinn

Zunge

Zurücklehnend (sich)

Zwinge

Zylindrisch (Bohrung)

·? (bellows: leather between the cheeks [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: gasket [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: interspace [?] [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: mount [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: shoulder [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: striping [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (construction: tuning slide [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (decoration: recess [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone bell [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone: exceptionally high drone [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone: high [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone: low [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone: medium [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drone: mute [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drones: butt piece [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drones: tuning piece [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (drones: upper tuning piece [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (fingering: alternative [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (hornpipe [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (length: absolute [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (length: relative [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (maintenance: dressing [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (performance: gracenote [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (performance: hammering [?] [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (performance: pinching [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (performance: slide-fingering [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, double: blade [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, double: bridle [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, double: lip [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, double: mouth [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, double: winding [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, single, idioglot, down-cut [Term not mentioned in available sources])

·? (reed, single, idioglot, up-cut [Term not mentioned in available sources])