JJ Playing the "morsing"

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UploadedMay 5, 2013
TakenJanuary 20, 2013
Exposure1/15 sec at f/4.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length30.5 mm

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A morsing English: Jaw Harp) is a wind percussion instrument, mainly used in Rajasthan, in the Carnatic music of South India It consists of a metal ring in the shape of a horseshoe with two parallel forks which form the frame, and a metal tongue in the middle, between the forks, fixed to the ring at one end and free to vibrate at the other. The metal tongue is bent at the free end in a plane perpendicular to the circular ring so that it can be struck and is made to vibrate. This bent part is called the trigger.
JJ From the Ramana Maharishi Ahram, was playing the Morsing at an impromptu concert near Auroville, Tamilnadu

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