Tocar la gralla


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Tocar la gralla.

I have a Spanish friend that can play this ancient musical instrument, it looks like a clarinette, and it's probably its ancester. I gathered that Gralla means "Musician" in yeddish (to be verified too). Maybe the word and the instrument came with the jewish to spain, during the middle ages. Still, looking up several online dictionnaries, I couldn't find a single translation!

How to say "Gralla" in English???
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