modern Masinqo  in  Contemporary Ethiopia

modern Masinqo in Contemporary Ethiopia

The Masinqo (also written as Mesenqo or Masenqo; is a one-stringed spike fiddle classified to the group of the bowed-lute family. The diamond-shaped resonator is usually constructed of four rectangular wooden boards that are glued together. The top of the opening is covered with parchment or rawhide, but also with goat or sheep skin whereas

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