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#beginquote# Hi, Sanda, and welcome. When I read the post, I thought Harp, and Lo!, suzyq has beaten me to the suggestion. Bodrun (sp?) the Celtic Drum is popular down here, with a major proportion of early Australian settlers (and convicts) of Celtic origin. Tin-whistle, flute, and descant recorder are also very popular, and there is a whole anglo-celtic late 18th, and 19th century music genre called "'Bushmusic"", and ""Bushdancing"" which features the music of Celtic pioneers and bushrangers (outlaws, ie: Ned Kelly). Any of these instruments are easy to learn, and fun to play. Baruch 3:14 #endquote#
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