Bassoonist Yasmeen Ahmed, 24, who has been studying the instrument since she was 12, said she had only started playing it in July after learning about its importance in Arabic culture.
She added: “I like to use it as a weapon, to get rid of the enemies.” “
We learn the instrument from the people, not from teachers, so we should be learning it from them.”
She added: “I like to use it as a weapon, to get rid of the enemies.”
Ahmed, who lives in a city on the outskirts of Jerusalem, said the instrument was an important part of her daily life.
“It’s something that I used to play as a child, so it’s a good tool for me to learn the language.”
The instrument is made of a large wooden body and is made up of several strings.
It has a single, single-string version and a string version.
The instrument’s origins are in Arabic.
In the Middle East, it is called a bassoon and was used in traditional Arabic music to represent a female figure.
In classical music, the instrument is sometimes played by male musicians.
“Arabic music is one of the most popular musical genres in the world and it is also one of my favorite genres to learn,” said Ahmed, who studies Arabic.
She said she enjoys learning new sounds and playing instruments as part of the cultural exchange with Arab and Muslim countries.
“Sometimes, I will learn a new instrument when I go to the beach in Jordan or Egypt, so I can hear it as it is in Arabic,” she said, adding that she loves playing the instruments with other people, too.