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Avery Research Center Artifact Collection

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Zither Zither with no strings, nine holes, and nine separate rectangular protrusions on each end; origin Ituri forest.
Belly harp
Belly harp Six string belly harp with two sistra (or zistra) attached and a gourd resonator. The gourd has animal skin stretched over it and contains a rectangular opening. The sistra are triangular with circular metal rings that produce noise when shaken. Origin West Africa.
Zither Unstrung zither made by the Nyamwezi (Wanyamwezi) people of Tanzania.