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date: 19 November 2019


  • Peter Cooke


End-blown conical flute of Uganda. It is made from the end of a gourd about 9 cm long. One fingerhole is cut halfway or slightly nearer to the closed distal end. It can produce several notes through a combination of stopping the hole and changing the angle of the player’s lips against the wider end, which is cut to a curve forming the embouchure. It is called ...

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