Fiddle ('ljerica' or 'kemane') and bow, made from a single piece of white close grained hardwood with a thick finger board, flat on top at one end and with a hollowed out pearshaped bowl at the other. A slice of thin wood is over the bowl as a sounding board. An adjustable wooden bridge links two d-shaped holes.A metal plate secures three thick metal strings which go to the end of the finger board where there are three wooden turning pegs. The wooden bow has hair strings which are tensioned.
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