Various instruments
 
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The following instruments – made by Carlo Brignola – are all copies of ancient models:
 
 

Anatolian bronze sistrum from Horoztepe, Turkey (c. 2200-2000 BC)
Sound sample played by Emiliano Li Castro
 
 
 
 
 
“Calcophone” from Francavilla Marittima, Italy (8th century BC)
Sound sample played by Alberto Morelli
 
 
 
 
Etruscan clay rattle from Vulci, Italy (end of 8th century BC)
Sound sample played by Emiliano Li Castro
 
 
 
 
Etruscan bronze rattle from Chiusi, Italy (6th century BC)

Sound sample played by Emiliano Li Castro

 

 

 

Clay horn from Civita Castellana, Italy (6th century BC)

Sound sample played by Alberto Morelli

 
 
 
Sound samples recorded by Alberto Morelli at the Officina delle Arti e dei Mestieri Sebastian MattaTarquinia (IT), June 2015. Photographer: Francesco Marano

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