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Tchouk,issued April 29th,1974
The tchouk is a kind of percussion-instrument.Inside the trough
there is a wooden hammer,what is lifted and then pushed down.
The "Eo" (also Eu) is a kind of percussion-instrument.
Built from wood in the shape of a tiger,it´s back has a saw-like elevated
runner.The player scratches with kind of whisk made from bamboo over
that runner,generating a scratch-sound.
The "Ajaeng" sounds like a cello,but more rough.A wooden stick is used instead of a bow,although in modern times some musicians use
horsehair-bows.Occasionally the strings,what are made from silk,are also
Stamp issued June 20th,1974.
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