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David Carter (UK) Traditional Irish Didgeridoo (51* d) RE: Traditional Irish Didgeridoo 25 Oct 18


I am astonished that anybody with any interest in history does not know where Catalhoyuk is. It is in modern day Turkey. But it is one of the earliest cities known, and the largest city excavated from the period 7500 - 5700 BCE.

Bhodran is just a word. Frame drums are called many different things in many different cultures and many different languages. As are wheels, but there is no suggestion that the English invented the wheel because it is called by an English word in England.


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