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Hello!
Dear colleagues, how do you describe Jew 's harp sounds in your native language?
For example in English language "boing boing", in Lithuanian "peu peu" and so on.
Any languages and words are welcome.
Thank you for your attention.

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In Denmark probably a lot of different descriptions. But I guess the most widely spread one is very close to the English, namely "Doing-doing".

Kind regards
Lars Stig Willadsen
in Poland three sounds at the moment I come to mind.
"brzdęk brzdęk", "pę pę" and "plum plum" - (not plum like fruit).

Greetings.
Thank you for your reply. It`s very interesting.
Ask your listeners, especially children, how do they describe Jew 's harp sound.
With best wishes,
Dainius Jucius

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