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Music of Russia:

Caucasian music

Genres Bards - Classical music - Hip hop - Jazz - Opera - Rock
Awards MTV Russia Music Awards
Charts
Festivals
Media
National anthem "National Anthem of Russia"
Caucasian music
Abkhazia - Adygea - Armenia - Astrakhan - Azerbaijan - Chechnya - Dagestan - Georgia - Ingushetia - Kalmykia - Krasnodar - Ossetia - Rostov
Russian regions and ethnicities
Adygea - Altai - Astrakhan - Bashkortostan - Buryatia - Belarusian - Chechnya - Chukotka - Chuvashia - Dagestan - Evenkia - Ingushetia - Irkutsk - Kaliningrad - Kalmykia - Kamchatka - Karelia - Khakassia - Khantia-Mansia - Komi Republic - Krasnodar - Mari El - Mordovia - Nenetsia - Ossetia - Rostov - Ethnic Russian - Sakha - Sakhalin - Tatarstan - Tuva - Udmurtia - Ukrainian

The traditional music of Ingushetia employs such musical instruments as the zurna (similar to a clarinet), dekhch-pandr (similar to a balalaika), kekhat pondur (accordion, played mostly by girls), violin (with three strings), drums and tambourine.

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