Wednesday, May 3, 2017

moors/arabs copied greek musical instrument called Κανονάκι(Canonaki) and called it qanun

yas had2개월 전
I'm An Arab and I know since I was a little kid that Qanun is originally Turkish.
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 kourostatis
kourostatis2개월 전
The Qanun (its name derives from the Greek word kanon, 'κανών' (rule) - from the experimental monochord of Pythagoras) is an ancient Greek musical instrument known in Greece since ancient times with the name 'trigono' or  'epigoneio' and during the Byzantine Empire as 'Psaltiri' (Psalter). It is dipected on byzantine wall paintings in churches while the Turks were still in Mongolia, and they took it from the Byzantines when they arrived to Asia Minor from their Mongolian motherland.
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 yas had
yas had2개월 전
Oh ! I didn't know that !! Thanks for telling me know
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 kourostatis
kourostatis2개월 전
Still, it does not matter where is from because it belongs to all mankand.
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