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    Kagura Suzu Date: late 19th century Geography: Japan Dimensions: L.12 in. Classification: Idiophone-Shaken

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    Violino-arpa. Amøbeformet violin fra slutningen af 1800- tallet udstillet på Musikmuseet, via Flickr.

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