ADUNGU - Musical Instruments aboriginess and ethnic

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ADUNGU - Musicals Instruments

Adungu is a stringed musical instrument from the Alur people of northwest Uganda.

It is an arched harp of different dimensions, ranging from seven, nine, eleven and more strings normally tuned on a diatonic scale.
The body is a hollow wooden box with leather cover, arm and wooden dowels, nylon ropes.
Video Adungu arched harp african

The adungu can be played alone and often with vocal accompaniment, or in a set of Adungus of different sizes and tunings.

The physical structure of the Adungu derives from African origins. In spite of its African origins it is tuned in a diatonic scale of the European classic music to have the influence of the British presence in Uganda.

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