The ney is an end-blown woodwind that figures noticeably in Middle Eastern music. In some of these musical customs, it is the main wind instrument utilized. The ney has been played consistently for a long time, making it one of the most established musical instruments still being used.
The ney comprises of a bit of empty stick or reed with five or six finger gaps and one thumb opening. Present day neys may be made rather than metal or plastic tubing. The pitch of the ney differs relying upon the district and the finger game plan.