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The instrument was attested as recently as 1971 by ethnomusicologist Ronald Walcott.
- Sadie, Stanley. The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments volume 2 (1984) (ISBN 978-0333378786). ("Kelutviaq. A single-string fiddle used by the Inuit people of south-west Alaska and Nelson Island.")
- Thomas F. Johnston (1976). Eskimo music by region: a comparative circumpolar study. National Museums of Canada. p. 107. Retrieved 17 April 2011.
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