Name: mizwad - A North African wind instrument that shares similarities with the bagpipe.
Also known as: chakwa, mezoued
Wikidata item: Q123526
Origin: originated in the Tunisian countryside. Now used in celebratory and formal events.
External links: http://www.hotpipes.com/pipe0026.html
Disambiguation: historical instrument, type of bagpipe
Description: A single reed bagpipe that is made from leather and two cattle horns. It is thought by many to be the first bagpipe instrument ever created. Usually accompanied by the darbouka, it is known to put the listener into a "trance like" state.