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Teduray women and men loved to dance and to sing, as well as to make beautiful music on their largely homemade instruments (lip flute, ring flute, jaw harp, different kinds of zither, suspended percussion beams) and brass gongs obtained through trade with the Maguindanaon. They often did so in the cooler evenings, after the day's work was done and before night fell. (See Chapter 9)

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