- Ferdinand J. de Hen
Wooden whistle of the Bushongo and Lele peoples of the southwestern Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is tronco-conical and elongated, about 17 to 19 cm long. The upper part bulges out and has a projecting ‘arm’ with one fingerhole. This type of whistle is very common in the Kasayi region and can be found among most peoples, albeit with different names such as ...