Fugara

noun
Fu·ga·ra | \ füˈgärə \
plural Fugaras

Definition of Fugara 

: an organ flue stop of 8′ pitch or 4′ pitch and soft string quality

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History and Etymology for Fugara

Italian, from Polish fujara shepherd's flute

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