Music from India

Baji solo

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    RK DAT 79

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    In a teak panel room of Chakma Autonomous District Council building, Kamalanagar, Mizoram.

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    Siling Chakma (baji flute)

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    Killius, Rolf

  • Description

    Mr Siling Chakma is a professional musician and plays a solo piece on the baji flute. This end-blown bamboo flute has one fipple hole half covered with thin paper and six playing holes. Chakma language belongs to the north Indian language group.

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