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Anonymous said…
Honestly, I don't know. it looks like a home-made 'sound device' using ppart of a bamboo. Similar environment where Australians play Waltzing Matilda using a gum leave.

Cheers
P
chalk said…
I can't play Waltzing Matilda with a gum leaf! I didn't even know the words when I found myself singing it in Nha Trang . . .
Anonymous said…
Source of Gumleaf as a musical instrument see: N.H.Fletcher, “Australian Aboriginal musical instruments: The didjeridu,
the bull-roarer and the gumleaf,” Proc. Stockholm Music Acoustics Conf.
2003, SMAC-03, pp. 201–204
Pauk said…
Wha?

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