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Discovery Site: West Java, Indonesia
palm leaf, rice, metal
An oboe-like instrument called an oleh-oleh-an, made of a spiral twist of coconut palm leaf, fastened at base by safety pin, conical bore. In upper end, it has a rice stalk reed with slits, forming a multiple retreating reed.
Oxford Pitt Rivers Museum; Oxford, UK
Subjectoboe, wind, ethnomusicology
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