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Robert Dunne plays the didgeridoo (an Australian Aboriginal wind instrument), bullroar and clapsticks. He talks about Aboriginal traditions and explains how to play the didgeridoo. In 1995, Dunne became an old-time country music and pioneer exposition miscellaneous instrument champion. Dunne has performed with many international performers and was featured on the “best local recording of 1995” (Omaha World-Herald). Dunne carves his own instruments from wood, but he demonstrates how to make them easily from inexpensive materials such as PVC pipe, which can be decorated in Aboriginal style.
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