Changes in Perception and Self-Identification: Symbolism of the Harp and the Carnyx, curated by Amelia Parlier

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This exhibit contains ancient "Celtic" instruments and explores the relationship between what is viewed as quintessential Celtic instruments, the carnyx and harp, and perceptions of how these reflect a so-called Celtic spirit or culture. There are harps over 500 years old, carnyces over 2000 years old and depictions of the two in both present and ancient times.

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