|Current Location:||Collections storage|
|Culture Area:||Central Africa|
|Credit Line:||Received from various sources, pre-1981|
Long rectangular wooden harp which has lost its neck. The body is covered with hide which is crudely tied on at the back with twine. The front of the body has two small sounding holes, one at either end, and a astraight row of seven tiny holes for the lost strings.
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