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GUEST,kenny Traditional Irish Didgeridoo (51* d) RE: Traditional Irish Didgeridoo 22 Oct 18

" if these instruments were not used for 2000+ years..." Where's the evidence that an "Irish didgeridoo" ever existed?
I do have a CD from Australia called "Reconciliation", which featured a replica of an Irish bronze-age horn, with didgeridoo, clap-sticks, bodhran and whistle. An ambitious and unique project, but that horn got tedious very quickly.

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