Bagpipe can be seen in different countries in the world. The bagpipes used in different countries in the world has the same characteristics with regards to shape, sound and the styles of playing technique. This instrument is not common as much as Turkey when compared to other countries. The reason behind it is that; the richness of the culture, numerousness of its users and masters. Tulum is a woodwind instrument, which especially belongs to the culture of ethnic Laz-Hamshen living in the province of Rize, Black Sea region in Turkey. There are also a lot of tuning problems caused by the reeds in the Nav section. The musical note arrangement on the Tulum instrument does not have a wide range of performances due to its limited range of construction. Besides, it has a very high and strong sound. In our study, it is aimed to give information about the difficulties and limitations of performance in the instrument.
Tulum, Bagpipe, Performance of the Instrument, Electronik Bagpipe, Nav