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ZAMPOGNA – The Italian Bagpipe * Have you ever seen or heard an Italian bagpipe called a Zampogna…? * Enjoy – La Zampogna – Enjoy NEXT PAGE
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Irish Humor Brendan Grace In honor of the Saint Patrick celebration we are focusing on all things Irish these days. Brendan Grace is particularly funny in his many presentations. I liked this one about what men from around the world
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