'Bouzouki' a Turkish Musical Instrument

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Al Arabiya TV Channel has presented a brief report on the bouzouki. Bouzouki is a Turkish musical instrument.

The name “bouzouki” comes from the Turkish word “bozuk,” meaning “broken” or “modified”, and comes from a particular re-entrant tuning called “bozuk düzen”, which was commonly used on its Turkish counterpart, the “saz-bozuk”.

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