20/11/2013

=> Des Lamellophones au Horniman Museum

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Lamellaphones from  HORNIMAN MUSEUM

http://www.horniman.ac.uk/

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Photos: Simon Egan

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11. Marimbola, lamellaphone

Made by Cruz A. Quinal

San Lorenzo da Caranapuey, Estado Sucre, Venezuela, 1986

Derived from the lamellaphones of West Africa, this functions as a string bass in Cruz Quinal's ensemble
 

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16. Lamellaphone

Birom people, Nigeria, c. 1950

 

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17. Lamellaphone

Ibo people, Nigeria, late 19th or early 20th century

 

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18. Lamellaphone made of a metal box

Sierra Leone

 

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19. Lamellaphone

Sierra Leone, probably 19th century

 

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48. Toum, lamellaphone

Kilur people Nuer, Ganbella, Ilabador province, Ethiopia, c. 1966

With tongues made of bicycle-wheel spokes

 

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88. Karimba, lamellaphone

Christopher Mhlanga

Harare, Zimbabwe, 1988

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89. Mbira dza Wadzimu, lamellaphone

Christopher Mhlanga

Harare, Zimbabwe, 1988

90. Lamellaphone

used by Efe musicians

Ituri, Rain Forest, Epulu district, Democratic Republic of Congo c. 1958

91. Lamellaphone

Mandingo people

West Africa, 19th century

 

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 91. Lamellaphone

Mandingo people

West Africa, 19th century

 

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92. Lamellaphone

Made by Yambio

Azande people, South Sudan, late 19th or early 20th century

 

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93. Lamellaphone

Malawi, c. 1857

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94. Lamellaphone

Igbo people, Nigeria, late 19th or early 20th century

 

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95. Lamellaphone

Barotse people, Zambia, before 1909