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Description Post card of a traditional Chamber music from Aleppo, at the turn of the 20th. century, complete with Champagne bottles for the pleasure of the highly esteemed musicians. " The chamber music consists of voices accompanied with a dulcimer [ Kanoon ], a guitar [Tanboor], the Arab fiddle [Kamangi], two small drums [ Nakara], the dervish flute [ Nai], and the diff. These compose no disagreeable concert, when once the ear has been some what accustomed to the music; the instruments generally are well in tune, and the performers , keep excellent time". DR. ALEX RUSSELL,M.D. THE NATURAL HISTORY OF ALEPPO 1794
Date 1915.(1915.)
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Public domain This work was created in Syria and is now in the public domain there because its term of copyright has expired pursuant to the provisions of Law No. 12/2001, Syria's first ever copyright law. In order to be hosted on Commons, all works must be in the public domain in the United States as well as in their source country. Syrian works are currently in the public domain in the United States if their copyright had expired in Syria on the date of restoration (June 11, 2004).
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