Enanga Bow Harp

A type of bow harp ‘Enanga’ consisting eight strings is the instrument of  the Ganda people in Uganda. The body of this instument having a resonance body coated with animal fur is wood and the neck part passes through the resonance body. The cover part of the instrument is stabilised with a rope which is tied to each side and this part is also stabilised to the base of the instrument by a piece of leather. There is a hole on the cover and this hole is an useful tool to tie the new strings.