Moroccans have long been a mainstay of the world’s classical music scene.
They’ve also become a symbol of Moroccan nationalism, which has made them a subject of popular culture, and a symbol for Arab-Muslim animosity toward the West.
Today, there are at least 25 Moroccan-produced classical instruments that are widely used in the world.
This year, Moroccas instruments are also featured in the best-selling books by artists such as Miles Davis and George Benson.
Some of the best are Moroccan-made violins, violas, clarinets, clarinet flutes, and cellos.
The most popular instruments of all are the sopranos, mandolins, flutes and harpsichords.
Here are some of the most famous instruments made by Moroccis.