The traditional fife is a wind instrument. It belongs to the Greek pastoral instruments, together with the souravli, the madura and the thiamboli.
It is a traditional musical instrument made of reed, wood or bone, but also more modern materials, such as plastic. It has different sizes and is found with a length from 15 to about 80 cm depending on the pitch.
Achilleas Apostolos Tigkas
Theory of Eastern Music, Ney, Traditional Fife