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- between 1958-1961
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[Title, Date]. Harold Scheffler Papers. MSS 481. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
Pan pipes are little heard in most villages these days, and few young men know how to play them. They were played at all feasts in the past. Note that there are two sizes here, for pan pipes are made in matched sets and there are in fact four different sizes.
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