Showing results

Hide images

End-blown horn

This instrument was collected in the field by Antoinette and Diana Powell-Cotton in 1937, and is associated with a Luvando tribe from Tchiliwandele. It is an end-blown horn (trumpet: "onquiro") for calling in cattle, made from Lesser Kudu ("olohongo") horn with both ends removed.

  • Measurements:Length: 477mm