Ullibyew is a jews harp that usually measures 8-9 inches long. This is made from any part of a well sundried/airdried bamboo. A tongue is carved at the center which is placed in front of the mouth. The wide end is held with one hand while the pointed end is hit by the other hand causing the tongue to vibrate and create sound. The player’s mouth serves as the resonator. Variation in sound is created by breath-control and lip movement. This instrument is known to be used for entertainment, and courtship dance. It can be used as a substitute for Gangsa.