The enneg is a bowed string instrument[1]. It is a traditional instrument of the Seri or Konkaak tribe in northwestern Mexico.[1][2] It consists of a rectangular body carved from a block of wood, a bridge and has one string.[1] The instrument is played with a mesquite-and-horsehair bow.[1] It is used in rites and dances.


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  1. Romero, Brenda (1999). "Wood That Sings, Indian Fiddle Music of America". Ethnomusicology. Vol. 43 no. 3. University of Illinois Press. p. 568. doi:10.2307/852570. JSTOR 852570.
  2. Kuss, Malena, ed. (25 July 2010). Music in Latin America and the Caribbean: An Encyclopedic History: Volume 1. University of Texas Press. p. 387. ISBN 9780292788404. Retrieved 7 July 2019. Seri (Konkaak) people...
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