Wazza

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The wazza is a type of horn played in Sudanese music.[1] The wazza is a long wind instrument constructed from combined cow horns, and while blown it is also tapped for percussive effect.

References[edit]

  • Susannah Wright. Sudan (Ebiz Guides). MTH Multimedia S.L., 2005. ISBN 84-933978-4-9, ISBN 978-84-933978-4-5. Pg 205.
  1. ^ "Wazza performance". Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 1 September 2012.