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Music 80Q: Survey of African Music
Musical Instruments of Africa
* ARCHED HARP, ngombi
* DOUBLE PIT XYLOPHONE, doso
* HARP-LUTE, soron
* LAMELLOPHONE, sanza
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* LUTE, keleli
* MUSICAL BOW, mbela
* WOODEN SLIT-DRUM, linga
* WOODEN TRUMPET
Rhythm Fusion’s African Instruments:
Dof - Egyptian, Frame drum made with wood and Goatskin.
Bongos - Morrocan, skinned ceramic drums.
Bendir- Morrocan, frame drum with painted shell.
Zils - Morrocan, finger cymbals.
Caxixi - Ivory Coast, woven rattle with beads.
Seed Cluster - Togo, dried seed pods strung together
Oud - Egyptian, rounded cordaphone with bent neck.
Ney - Egyptian, long wooden whistle with keys at bottom.
Oja Whistle - Mali, flat wooden whistle with carved keys.
Mizmar - Egyptian aerophone.
Monkey Drum - Kenya, twist drum made with two strikers on strings attached to the side of a skin..
Talking Drum - Ghana, Brass plated with nickel.
Doumbek - Egyptian, aluminum drum with baked finish
Dhola - Egyptian, skinned wooden drum.
Djembe - Ghana, wooden drum with skin.
Riq - Egyptian, inlaid wood tambourine made with goatskin.
Riq - Egyptian, tambourine made of inlaid wood with heavy brass jingles and fish skin
Mini-duka - Egyptian, wood drum made with skin.
Darbuka - Egyptian, aluminum drum with a baked finish.
Tareyja - Morroccan, Ceramic drum with brass additions.
of Global African Music