The Endingidi features as part of the Ugandan string family and has various names depending on dialects, it is also known as an Adigirgi.
Made up of a single string, it is attached to a flexible stick and will on occasion have a resonator. The Endingidi is played with a bow, unlike other single string instruments.
Named after the kind of sounds the instrument produces, it is played to enunciate words and phrases. It is classified as a solo instrument with voice but it can also be played as a duo, trio or a partnership with other instruments such as the Embaire.
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