This endongo has its frame and resonator made from wood. The head is snake skin, while the strings are twisted gut. It is decorated with tufts of hair. It was used by the Usoga tribe. Collected during Central East Africa Expeditions 1891/93 and 1897/98.
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- Hornbostel-Sachs category:321.21 Bowl lyres
- Repository:University of Aberdeen Museums
- Measurements:L570; H120