Ka'eke'eke

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The ka'eke'eke is a Hawaiian idiophone consisting of a bamboo tube, usually between 0.3 and 1.0 metres. The ka'eke'eke is played by striking it against a mat on the ground. They are sometimes used to accompany hula.[citation needed]

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