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Great sounds, bizarre instruments

An wonderfully eclectic mix of instrumental music by Brad Prevedoros, Niel Golden and Greg Joy filled the Errington hall on Saturday.

Three Worlds mixes Celtic, jazz, Latin, classical and folk in an innovative fusion of original compositions.

Using a wide variety of instruments, from classic acoustic guitar and flute to rarely-seen instruments like: the hammered dulcimer (a stringed musical instrument that is beaten with small hammers); the tabla drums (from  India); the hang (a steel, harmonically-tuned instrument that looks like a UFO); and a Cajón drum (an Afro-Peruvian seated drum).

 

 

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