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English: Two sets of Australian Aboriginal clapsticks, both purchased from the carver (Mary) at Ernabella Mission. The two sets have surprisingly similar tone, the decorated ones sounding about three semitones lower than the smaller plain ones. Both have been hardened in the fire during carving to produce this tone.
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