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. Its tuning is in tune with the diatonic scale of European classical music. Usually the music, between the strings of this instrument, described simple and complex chords and arpeggios at the same time.

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