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  • Birgit Kjellström
  •  and Styrbjörn Bergelt


A term coined by Andersson (1923) for a bowed lyre without fingerboard commonly used for folk music-making until the beginning of the 20th century in Finland, particularly in east Karelia, and in the Swedish communities of Estonia. Since the early 1970s there has been a revival in making and playing the ...

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