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There has one with a roll but merry countenance, who told stories and per- Instre:petrated jokes, to the infinite amusement of the audience, and now and then he mental
KAMANJEII, AND PERFORMER ON IT.
with spasmodic jerks and ludicrous grimaces upon an instrument called jeh. There were also players on the guitar, and one of them had a very ostrument of this kind, over whose chords his nimble fingers swept, at like magic. The notes are much louder than those of an Italian guitar.
MODE OF PLAYING THE 'OOD.
Greeks, and especially the Albanians, manage this 'ood with the st skill. They have a small kind, which they take with them in their poraneous pic-nics, and on the shady bank of some murmuring brook ill sit by the hour and zing to its soft and silvery note. the most popular of all music in this country are the derbekkeh, the wine or deff, and the pŭkkairat or kettle-drum, with cynıbals, castand the clapping of hands. At weddings, birth-days, and all other festal