The Kawala is a flute native to Egypt, it has 6 holes and is currently tuned in the natural major scale, the sound is made from the inclination of the flute under the lips forming an angle over the corner of the mouthpiece, it requires training in the embouchure and pitch to produce a satisfactory sound, being possible to reach up to 3 octaves in some notes. When we master the embouchure it becomes an extension of the voice! It is one of the oldest, simplest and most powerful flutes in existence. Its origin takes us to ancient Egypt and its structure, due to its simplicity, gives the clear sensation of being one of the first flute formats created by mankind. Although very similar to the Ney , a flute highly popular in traditional Middle Eastern music, the Kawala does not have a hole in the back like the Ney . Kawala Kawala community. It is indicated for introduction to oriental tones due to the possibility of adjusting the tuning with the mouth and position of the fingers and at the same time it is the most suitable wind instrument with an oriental sound for western music.