Engbeté, Sinakpa & others playing the bulubu pot bow (Central African Republic) [1997 21 2 78 A 10] by PittRiversound published on 2013/03/04 12:31:36 +0000 Engbeté, Sinakpa and others playing 'guerilla' music on the bulubu pot bow. A wire is pulled tight across a cooking pot, and plucked and beaten as the tension changes. The bow is usually attached to a hut and can make the whole shelter vibrate. Recorded by Louis Sarno in the Central African Republic on the 23rd April 1993. The Louis Sarno collection of more than 1000 hours of recordings of Bayaka music and soundscapes from the Central African Republic and Northern Congo is curated by the Pitt Rivers Museum, together with thousands of fieldwork images.