Txalaparta

Work on the Basque sound making tradition and instrument Txalaparta by Maria Escribano. Ph.D. Thesis: "Rhythms of Struggle. Recovery, Revival and Re-Creation of Txalaparta in the Basque Country" (May 2012). Image: Simon and Aritz Goikoetxea, Source: Fieldwork, Gipuzkoa (Euskal Herria - Basque Country) May 2006.

María Escribano del Moral, PhD.

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