Lyre | Ugandan or Kenyan | The Met
Decorative lyre. Lyres have two wood or horn arms that project from the body and carry a crossbar to which the upper ends of the strings are fastened. The strings lie nearly parallel to the soundtable
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Chalumeau (after Johann Christoph Denner, early 18th century)
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Bowl Lyre Uganda or Kenya; 19th century Decorative lyre made for export, with gourd body and antelope horn arms. The rim of the gourd is decorated with bristles. Lyres have two wood or horn arms that project from the body and carry a crossbar to which the upper ends of the strings are fastened. The strings lie nearly parallel to the soundtable. African lyre bodies are made of wood, gourds, tortoise or coconut shells. Most African lyres lack bridges; the strings vibrate against the…
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