Santal flute music: Audio resource by Adivaani.org – West Bengal & Jharkhand

Listen to two tiro flutes from Kalipathor village.

Credits

Banam Raja Project © 2014; produced and recorded by Joy Raj Eric Tudu & Luis Gomez (Adivaani.org)

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