This is the best selection of original aboriginal artifacts: genuine bullroarers, clap sticks, emu callers, boomerangs, aboriginal paintings and aborigine figures from local aboriginal artists and craftsmen.
The musical instruments: the bull-roarers, the clap stick and the emu caller were accompanying didgeridoos in Aboriginal celebrations/dancing and in ceremonies. If you order these instruments accompanied by didgeridoos, there won't be any additional freight costs involved. (Not as a consequence of their historical go-together, but rather as a consequence of the freight companies' pricing policy.)
The paintings are shipped free of charge. Of course, the import taxes or duties, if there any, are your responsibility.
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Dr. Alan Kennington, Mathematician (and composer), Adelaide: The clapsticks arrived, and they are exactly what I wanted. My main question was whether they would have an echo! They do have the right "echo" and also I can vary the sound from very loud to very soft by changing the angle and the points of impact.
Now I would like to send a pair of clap-sticks of the same kind to Latvia. ... I am now writing a 60-minute piece of music for Edgars (who is a flautist), and the piece will require clapsticks. That is what I want them for. I will use the clapsticks that you sent to me for writing the composition, and Edgars will hopefully use his clap-sticks in Latvia for a performance there!