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Traditional Armenian folk music as well as Armenian church music is not based on the European tonal system but on a system of tetrachords. Armenia has had a long tradition of folk music since antiquity. During the Soviet era, Armenian folk music was taught in state-sponsored conservatoires — in , influential kanon player and composer Khachatur Avetisyan founded the folk music department of the Komitas State Conservatory of Yerevan. Traditional instruments include the qamancha , kanon box zither , dhol double-headed hand drum, see davul , oud lute , duduk , zurna , blul , sring , shvi , pku , parkapzuk , tar , dmblak , bambir, and to a lesser degree the saz. Other instruments often used include the violin and clarinet. The duduk is considered to be Armenia's national instrument, and among its well-known performers are Margar Margaryan, Levon Madoyan, Vache Hovsepyan , Gevorg Dabaghyan , and Yeghish Manukyan, as well as Armenia's most famous contemporary duduk player, Djivan Gasparyan. The word gusan is first mentioned in early Armenian texts of V c. Faustus of Byzantium , Moses of Chorene , and others. In the early Middle Ages the word gusan was used as an equivalent to the classical Greek word mimos mime. There were 2 groups of gusans:.
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