instrument-a-day 4: kelphorn

Instrument-a-day 4: Kelphorn

Instrument-a-day 4: Kelphorn

Made from a piece of dried up seaweed from a California beach, the mouthpiece from a junked clarinet or something, and a reed cut from the lid of a takeout food container. It sounds like this. (My fingers can only reach two sound holes, so I can only get three notes until I get more practice with breath and lip pressure on the reed.)

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