Samah-l Nuba Egyptian Folk Songs clip courtesy of Wael Kakish of Kan Zaman

Instruments used are the "Mizmar" there are few sizes depending on the Key (C, G, D or A), it's an outdoor instrument (because it's too loud), mostly played at wedding processions and other Festivities & events (Happy and Sad ones), normally it is accompanied by a large drum called "Tabl" (also called Dumbeq or Darabuka” that is struck by two pieces of wood “Madhrab” and the “Daff” (also called Riq). Recording from KAN ZAMAN website, “Egyptian Folk Songs”, Claremont Colleges 2006 CD, Little Bridges Performance.