The agogô is a percussion musical instrument of the idiophon family. It consists of two to four bells in iron or two cones of different size, made of tinplate and which are connected together by the vertices. The name derives from the word akokô, which means time, or clock.
It is played with a wooden stick on the two metal goodies.
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