Template talk:Greek musical instruments

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Ottoman instruments[edit]

Why is the "outi" kai the "kanonaki" not considered Greek instruments? They used to be included in the list and they were removed. I think Ottoman instruments that are used by Greeks can still be included. Please discuss. --kupirijo (talk) 08:54, 19 May 2015 (UTC)

Oddity[edit]

Why is feta listed in the template? As in, a link to the sheep cheese?

Edit: I found the revision, which also nonsensically added 'George Papandreou'. See: Revision as of 20:33, 8 June 2017 by 46.103.86.214.