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  • Paul Oliver


Afro-American panpipes, played singly or in groups. Various forms have been reported since the mid-19th century, from a single cane or willow stalk, to a group of three or four of different lengths and pitches, held loosely in the hand. The chemist and folklorist Talley (...

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