The kyam (ကျာံ, /cam/; pronounced `chyam`) is a crocodile-shaped fretted floor zither with three strings, used in the traditional music of the Mon people of Burma. The instrument`s body is made of wood that is carved out on the underside like a dugout canoe. It has approximately 13 raised wooden frets that are diatonically rather than e......
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