In Egypt, an ancient Pharaonic harp strums along to a new tune | AFP

Ghaly, a carpenter by trade, is one of the last craftsmen in Egypt keeping the cultural heritage of the semsemia alive – an instrument similar to a harp and made of beechwood with steel strings that is believed to have ancient, Pharaonic roots.

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