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The Koudounia (Greek: κουδουνια), are percussion musical instruments, like bells. They are made from copper. When someone play with them, they could give a ringing sound. Originally the koudounia, used by people like an amulet which were protected the animals from the evil spirits. The koudounia later, became an auxiliary musical instrument.
See also

Greek musical instruments
Greek folk music

References

Koudounia, the origin of auxiliary instrument
Musipedia: Kουδουνια
The koudounakia

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