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1,700-Year-Old Musical Instrument Found, and It Still Works

11 января 2018
1,700-Year-Old Musical Instrument Found, and It Still Works
Интернет издание "National Geographic"

The mouth harp was recently discovered in the Altai Mountains region of Russia and still makes music after well over a millennium.

An ancient mouth harp discovered in Russia delighted archaeologists when they confirmed that it could still make a sound.

The instrument was one of five mouth harps discovered by archaeologists at two sites, Chultukov Log 9 and Cheremshanka, in the mountainous Altai Republic region of south-central Russia.

"I myself played on the harp from Cheremshanka," says Andrey Borodovsky, a professor at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography in the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has been researching these instruments for more than 20 years, and says one of the Cheremshanka mouth harps is still capable of making music.

Photograph by Andrey Borodovsky,
The Siberian Times



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