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The Music of Sasandu



From the Indonesian island of Roti, Sasandu creates sounds using only instruments constructed of bamboo and coconut leaves. From the collection of the King Record Company (no relation to King Records in Cincinnati) a seminal music label headquartered in Tokyo in the years following World War II, this recording is now unavailable anywhere except here!
 

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