What instruments are used in belly dancing music?
Please be specific and when possible add the wikipedia page to it.
- Left-TLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
Belly dancing music is usually accompanied by the Tabla (drums), the finger cymbals (dancers use them) and the Oud has a rich low tone that makes it very suitable for long Tarab evenings and one of the most popular.
The Saz and the Buzuk is a lute having a long neck and is pear shaped and comes in different sizes and has different number of frets and the instrument can be tuned in different ways to match different regions or moods/occasions. The Nay is a bamboo flute with seven holes that provides the Arabic belly dancing music players with the ability to play different maqams.
Here is a good link...Source(s): Berklee Graduate / Studio Guitarist & Luthier
- Anonymous4 years ago
Belly Dance InstrumentSource(s): https://shrink.im/a8NQA
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- 1 decade ago
dont forget accordions, djembe drums are the most common (those are the drums you see them holding in the crook of their arm if its a small one, the larger ones they sit on the ground
- Anonymous1 decade ago
zills also known as finger cymbals.