In Thrace, and among the refugees from Pontus, now living mainly in Greek Macedonia, but also among other Balkan people the long type of vertical flute (floghera) which is made of three pieces and is about one meter in length, is called gavala, gaval or kaval. In other areas in Greece the same instrument is called tzamara.
The toumbeléki (goblet drum) is a ceramic vase-shaped drum, which seems to be more popular in the northern regions of Greece and in some islands (e.g. Mytilene). It is normally held under the left arm and beaten with both hands. The Paidoushka (or Baidoushka) is a lively Thracian dance in 5/16 meter, also popular in other Balkan countries and especially Bulgaria. Markos Ph. Dragoumis (1974)
Studio recording, 1974.