One oboe, one of a pair (with E262.4) collected in the Four Seals Miao village of Daimou, that lies between the towns of Shuicheng/Liupanshui and Luzhi in Guizhou, Yunnan Province, China, on 14 April 1993. Conical wooden body with seven fingerholes and one thumbhole. Metal bell (damaged). Metal staple with two bulbs and integral pirouette. Small (double) reed damaged.
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