A Tibetan monk plays trumpet inside the Tashilumpo Monastery, located in Shigatse, Tibet. Trumpet cylindrical giant whose length can exceed 5 meters. Copper is usually decorated with various pieces gold or silver (once used silver and gold). It consists of several parts as a telescope, fit together. The mouth is wide and flat. They are played in pairs, producing a continuous sound, serious and deep, capable of reaching distances. To touch is to relax and make the lips vibrate like a whinny. You can change the pitch by increasing or decreasing the air pressure. It is shocking to hear a mysterious sound when a teacher arrives at a major monastery. The pair is placed on your roof and solemn tolling as welcome as the sound fills valleys and mountains.