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Diplice (f) (plurale tantum)

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triple chanter, 1 piece (chanter, semidrone and drone): cylindrical, parallel, 1 bell / single reeds (NB: type 1)

No identical types known (yet).
Dude

From Greek διπλός (dhyplos [double]); Triple-chanter (type 1), consisting of a melody-pipe with a semidrone in juxtaposition and, rear centre, a drone; Podravska [Drava] region (Bilogora mountain region; Bjelovar-Križevci area (Cirkvena; Hrgovljani; Ivanovčani; Kapela; Veliki Raven; Ždralovi); Ferdinandovac; Kozarevac (➺ Dudice); Veliko Vukovje);
NB¹: ➺ Type 2; NB²: ➺ homonyms.

Range example 1 (Hrgovljani & Ivanovčani): g¹-a¹-b¹-c²-d²-e² / semidrone: g¹-d¹ / rear drone: g² (main drone: G); Example 2 (Veliki Raven): a♭¹-b♭¹-c²-d♭²-e♭²-g♭¹ / semidrone: a♭¹-e♭¹ / rear drone: a♭² (main drone: A♭).
NB: Example(s) to be replaced with staff-notation.


Sources

Širola, Božidar: Sviraljke s udarnim jezičkom [Aerophones with a beating tongue]. Zagreb, 1937, p.19, 120, 123, 197, 198*, 201 (»Križan), 207 (»Horvat; »Puljak), 209, 258-259, 312.

Gojković, Andrijana: Narodni muzički instrumenti [Folk musical instruments]. Beograd, 1979 (2: »Lovrenčević [86]; »Širola [129]).