Asiri Oboe

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Description

Playing the oboe in the way of the traditional patrons of Abha was used during the grazing of sheep, where they play the (Al-Rawah) tone in the morning to let the sheep go to the pasture, and the (Al-Marah) tune for the sheep to return to its barn. Its name is borrowed from its place of origin Asir, where was and still is the land of arts. Enjoy heritage tunes and melodies in an atmosphere that takes you back to the beautiful past of the city.

Notes

This experience can be added to your package upon request

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