The music instrument called MEY in Turkey but DUDUK or BALABAN in Azerbaijan.
The Mey is a double-reed aerophone used in Turkish folk music. Its origins come from the Armenian Duduk It consists of three parts. Ana Gövde (main part), Kamış (reed) and Kıskaç (clip). Cylindrical in shape and made of wood, the main part has 7 finger holes on its front side, and one finger hole at the back.