Ney-anbān, is a type of bagpipe which is popular in southern Iran, especially around Bushehr. The term ney-anban literally means “bag pipe”, but more specifically can refer to a type of droneless double-chantered bagpipes played in Southern Iran.
The structure of the main body of the Nayanban is the same as the Nay-e jofti which is attached to a tank of air. This tank is made of a goatskin and provides the player with the needed air for blowing. The Neyanban is usually played in the happy occasions.The Neyanban with a little difference in shape also exists in Europe especially in Scotland where it is known as bagpipe.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||10 Days|