jueves, 28 de enero de 2016
The British Museum invited Dr Cornelia Kleinitz, an archaeologist specialising in rock art, and Liam Williamson, a modern rock drummer, to try and discover how a rock gong might have been played. This was the result.
Rock gongs are a type of lithophone that were used for thousands of years in several parts of Africa. They may have been used as part of rituals, to signal other people, or as a form of expression. Although they look like plain boulders, they have a hollow, metallic sound when struck due to the composition of the rock.
This film was created with the African rock art image project which is supported by the Arcadia Fund.
Link 2: British Museum: come (si) suona un antico gong di roccia | LifeGate
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