I'm just your atypical, nineteen year-old UC Berkeley student (double majoring in Sociology and Interdisciplinary Field Studies with a concentration in the Incarceration of Political Prisoners). As liberal as they come, of Middle-Eastern origin (reppin' Lebanon and Syria), and always down to chill with my dog, Clinton.
A Macedonian gajda is a bagpipe made from a goat or a sheep. The animal skin is the wind bag, and occasionally you’ll see one with hooves or even a head still attached. Variations of this instrument are found in Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey.