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Karabe (n)

original: карабе

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Cărabă

From карабинка (karabìnka [car(a)bine]) ?; According to Gojković, a name used in the Vlaške region (Wallachia, northeastern Serbia; ➺ Karaba, and Karabice); According to Širola, however, the name is used, before 1914, in district Svrljig, for a smaller type (➺ Male and Malo gajde), which is thought to be brought from district Soko Banja; Also: a shawm; NB¹: ➺ homonyms, &c.; NB²: ➺ Korabe, &c.; NB³: ➺ Carabă, &c.


Sources

Sachs, Curt: Real-Lexikon der Musikinstrumente: zugleich ein Polyglossar für das gesamte Instrumentengebiet [Berlin, 1913]. Hildesheim, 1964 [facsimile]

Širola, Božidar: Sviraljke s udarnim jezičkom [Aerophones with a beating tongue]. Zagreb, 1937, p.164, 175, 176.

Gojković, Andrijana: Narodni muzički instrumenti [Folk musical instruments]. Beograd, 1979 (1: »Karadžić; »Širola [129]; »Vukmanović)

Marcuse, Sibyl: Musical instruments: a comprehensive dictionary. New York, 1975 (»MGG 1949 [?; NOT in MGG online!])

Podnos, Theodor H.: Bagpipes and tunings. Detroit, 1974, p.34 (»MGG [?]), 49.

Вукосављевић, Петар Д. (Vukosavljević, Petar D.): Гајде у Србији – њихова сазвучја и могућност уклапања у савремени народни оркестар = Bag – and – drone pipes in Serbia: their chording and compatibility with a modern folk music orchestra. Београд (Beograd), 1979, p.5, 9*, 30-33/*.