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Jane Wang
Jane Wang • 4 years ago

Vuvuzela (or Lepatata): A stadium horn commonly blown at South African Football Matches. Often made of plastic and approximately 1m long it emits a loud monotone B flat. ( A less disharmonious sound can be produced by blowing it like a trombone, dropping the corners of the mouth as in the letter "m" and blowing through the lips to make them vibrate.)

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