The kakaki is a west African trumpet.
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(from the article `African music`) ...uses, some serve for signaling. In West Africa, side-blown ivory or horn instruments may transmit verbal praises of chiefs and rulers. Among the ...
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The kakaki is a three to four metre long metal trumpet used in Hausa traditional ceremonial music. Kakaki is the name used in Chad, Burkina Faso, Niger, and Nigeria. The instrument is also known as waza in Chad and Sudan, and malakat in Ethiopia. The kakaki originally comes from Songhai cavalry. Its sound is associated with royalty and it is only
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