The oud is another prominent string instrument in Arabic music, one that is shaped like a pear. And with six strings, it has much in common with the mandolin in terms of pitch and sound. Earlier versions of the oud had only three strings. Tuned to a higher octave than the rabab, it also comes in three versions: Arabian, Persian and Turkish. The Arabian version is the largest of the three and retains a richer, deeper sound.
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