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Published on 12 Mar 2006
John Fowler Playing the jawharp in the Appalachian style. The instrument here is called a "jaws harp", and is most commonly called a "jews harp". It's a world instrument mostly related to a "mouth Bow" (like a bow you shoot an arrow;the first string instrument). In other parts of the world it's refered to by other names. Like "thrump".