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  • Rachel Harris


Long-necked lute of the Uyghurs. Several types are used, all played with a horn plectrum. The Kashgar rawap is about 90 cm long and has a small bowl-shaped soundbox with skin soundtable, a slender fretted neck with lateral pegs and five metal strings. Two down-curved ‘horns’ (...

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