Xhosa girl playing Uhadi bow , Xhosa , Hugh Tracey
A Mangbetu (Democratic Republic of the Congo) man playing a bow harp
Moroccan Gnawa Maestro.
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Gnawaa: Morocco's gnawa (or gnaoua) tradition is the music of crossroads: a place where Arab northern Africa and black sub-Saharan Africa meet. With its distinct and evocative mix of African and Arabic elements, gnawa ritual combines both music and acrobatic dancing to create an atmosphere that is said to induce both trances and healing.
PERSIAN HARP Reconstructed Harp based on the cameo in the Taq Bostan, Kerman Shah
Village youth playing a guitar(sgra-snyan). An amulet hangs round his neck. David Snellgrove & Hugh RichardsonA Cultural History of Tibet
Chopi musician named Zhetiane, with a chitende bow, miming how a young man without a girl has to sleep with his bow instead, Mozambique, 1972
Ancient Chinese musical instrument Xun. The earliest xun is unearthed from Hemudu tomb dating back to 5,000 BC.