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Cheng [çeng]locked


Harp of Turkey, popular in the Ottoman empire until the late 17th century and related to the Georgian changi and the ancient Persian chang. It is an open angled harp (i.e. without forepillar) that resembles Assyrian and Egyptian predecessors, held vertically with the carved wooden resonator upward and the neck below. It was made in large (...

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