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Vessel flute of Cuba. It is a reused clay jug with a hole in its side, across which the player blows. Some botijas have a mouthpiece fitted to the hole. Also called botijuela (diminutive) and bunga (a term of Bantu origin), the botija originally contained oil from Spain. Sizes vary, but an early example (at ...

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