Genre: central asian folkPlay genre
Central Asian folk music is a genre that encompasses traditional music from the countries of Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The music is characterized by its use of traditional instruments such as the dutar, komuz, and dombra, and its unique vocal styles. The music often tells stories of love, nature, and daily life in the region. The Afghan Ensemble, Ensemble Tengir-Too, and Urker are all examples of groups that perform this type of music.