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Cuban rattle usually made from a perforated tin container with tapered conical ends, to which a handle of wood or metal is fastened. It is used in the Arará cult.

H. Courlander: ‘Musical Instruments of Cuba’, MQ, vol.28 (1942), 227–40.

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