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A demonstration of a reconstructed pipe made of goat-horn (bukkehorn) by musician Einar Selvik (of Wardruna) during the Old Norse Poetry in Performance (ONPIP) Conference at Somerville College, Oxford on Friday 24 June 2016. As Einar Selvik points out, the oldest find of a horn-instrument like this is a cowhorn from the early Iron Age, found in a bog in Konsterud, Värmland, Sweden dated to ca 500 BC. Another find can be dated to 900 AD, also found in a bog in Västerby, Hedemora, Sweden.

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