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date: 12 December 2019


  • Helen Faller


Obsolete Tatar signalling horn traditionally made of cow horn. It was about 20 to 35 cm long, with two to four fingerholes. Some had a cupped mouthpiece, others had a reed. The borgo was another obsolete Tatar signalling horn, used in hunting and made from a conical wooden tube about 70 cm long, with either one or two fingerholes or none....

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