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Diple (f) (plurale tantum)

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Mješnica

From Greek διπλός (dhyplos [double]); [Bukovica region, or a village N of Banja Luka, or NNW of Cazin, Bosnia?]; Dalmatia region (Kistanje; Potravlje; Trilj; Žegar; Zagora region; Zelovo (bagpipes were not used here for dance accompaniment; ➺ Mišina [synonym of Mješnica])); Gospić; Kosinj; Švica; Šušnjevo selo; Žumberak mountains (1937 extinct); NB: ➺ homonyms and similar terms.

Chanter type from Potravlje [designation?].


Sources

Širola, Božidar: Sviraljke s udarnim jezičkom [Aerophones with a beating tongue]. Zagreb, 1937, p.19 (»Vuković), 32, 115, 117 (»Belostenec; »Kuba), 137, 138*, 142, 143, 145*, 147/*, 228, 250, 251, 263, 264, [294, 295], 296-297, 301.

Brömse, Peter: Flöten, Schalmeien und Sackpfeifen Südslawiens. Brünn [Brno], 1937, p.76.

Gojković, Andrijana: Narodni muzički instrumenti [Folk musical instruments]. Beograd, 1979