Some interesting musical instruments

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Recently saw Laura Barrett (Canadian Indie musician) playing the Kalimba. Great sound and so compact.

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Tenori-on. On the other side of Kalimba in simplicity. But, very cool.

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And, Vuvuzela. :-)

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