- Description better suits (future) jeli ngɔni (see
INST-450) rather than this one.
Alternative: Six-stringed lute-harp from Wassoulou, West Africa. Traditionally played by hunters. Its resonator is made of three quarters of an empty calabash covered by a stretched animal skin for the sound table.
(It seems difficult to do a shorter description. It distinguishes from both kamalen ngɔni and kora.)
- Missing relationships (improvement):
- type of: lute (or new lute-harp instead?)
- type of: harp (or new lute-harp instead?)
- related to: kora
- origin: although Wassoulou is not an MB Area entity, it is at the crossing of Mali, Niger and Guinea which may be referred to instead
- Inaccurate relationship to kamalen ngɔni: It should probably be of type derivations rather than related to.
- (Checked aliases, information page, and Wikidata item which seem to be all fine )