Release Date: 03/05/02
Although know as 'King David's harp', the bèguèna is not actually a member of the harp family. It is in fact an oversized lyre with ten strings -usually plucked, sometimes strummed with a plectrum. It is probably the oldest musical instrument played in Ethiopia. One of today's masters of the bèguèna, Alèmu Aga, sings religious songs, traditional fables and folk tales, as well as his own poems
|Label: Buda Musique|
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