Khakassian Temir-Khomyses → EV560 "Kazyr" Temir-Khomus
"Kazyr" is a medium-low-tone jews harp with a fairly clean, but not the loudest sound. The special design of the reed and its material prevent the appearance of foreign sounds as with different strokes, but there are permanent background sounds. A quick two-sided strokes are not convenient. The instrument's timbre is moderately saturated, without intermittence, with a small amount of cod; any articulatory change affects the sound in a simple and intuitive way. Elegant frame with no sharp corners of medium size comfortably lies both in the hand (the base is smooth and smooth), and on the teeth (decks of optimum thickness).