(musical instruments) A double-reed outdoor wind instrument, usually accompanied by a davul (bass drum) in Anatolian folk music.
A large Turkish double-headed drum, played with mallets.
The zurna (Armenian: զուռնա zuṙna; Old Armenian: սուռնա suṙna; Albanian: surle/surla/lodra; Macedonian: зурла/сурла zurla/surla; Bulgarian: зурна/зурла; Serbian: зурла/zurla; Tat: zurna; Turkish: zurna; Kurdish: zirne and Azeri: zurna) is a double reed wind instrument played in central Eurasia, Western Asia and parts of North Africa. It is usually accompanied by a davul (bass drum) in Anatolian and Assyrian folk music.
The davul, tapan, atabal or tabl is a large double-headed drum that is played with mallets. It has many names depending on the country and region.