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  • Ecuadorian Pipe and Tabor

    May 18th, 2012
    music, quito
    I saw this on a wall in Quito today. It confused me:
    He's quite clearly playing some kind of pipe and tabor, but the pipe has many more holes than one could manage with one hand. I don't understand.

    (Talking to my host mother, it's quite common to play a whistle with a drum like this.)

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