4.2.3. Music

arfa'arfanharp4.2.3Music
bagşynfolk-singer, bardMeniň gyzymyň bagşy bolasy gelýär.My daughter wants to be a folk-singer.Türkmenistanda zehinli bagşylar bar.Turkmenistan has talented folk-singers.4.2.3Music
dessandessa:nnsung epichalk dessanyfolk legend, usually about a national hero«Görogly diýr, adym älemde dessan».Gorogly is a sung epic in the world of humankind.Ençe dessan eýlerem ýaryň çeşmi mestine.A genre in which an oral epic contains alternate verse and prose, often sung at weddings by a bagşy, though these days these sung epics might be shortened.4.2.3Music
dutardu:ta:rcftarndutar (a stringed instrument)Toýda bagşyň dutarynyň owazy ýaňlanýardy.The dutar was played at the wedding party.Men näme diýýän, dutarym näme diýär.What I say, my dutar also says.like a guitar but with two strings, and the body is small like a gourd.4.2.3Music
dutarCopyright © 1994, David Gray, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
gopuznJew's harpgopuz çalmakto play a Jew's harp4.2.3Music
guralgura:lntool, instrumentsaz gurallarymusical instruments4.2.3Music
gyjaknthree-stringed Turkmen violin4.2.3Music