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  • noun An agogo bell, a bell used in Yoruba and Brazilian music and typically played in pairs


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  • The same principles apply for the other instruments, such as the clave, cowbell, cabasa, agogo and bongo drums.

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  • We'll come along with timanabusa, kwakoko and frothing palm wine agogo to celebrate the return of a valiant native daughter.

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  • I ran a hand over my brow, and an old man offered me an agogô, a small gilded instrument like a triangle with a bell, which you strike with a little bar. "Go up on the platform," he said. "Play. It'll do you good."

    --Umberto Eco, 1988, Foucault's Pendulum, p. 212-213

    October 1, 2008