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Berimbau (single-string percussion instrument from Brazil)

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  • Beschreibung: 3 Berimbau mit unterschiedlichen Klangkoerpern
  • Quelle: aufgenommen Feb. 2004
  • Fotograf: Horst Nogajski / www.nogajski.de
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