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Iza Spaleniak
  • Female
  • Sydney
  • Australia
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Instruments:
flute (classical, Iranian ney, Tuvan shoor), learning throat singing (esp.kargyraa)
Influences:
John Zorn, Jordi Savall, Tuvan music, Altai music, Khakas music

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At 5:37am on March 28, 2011, Dean Frenkel said…
Hi Iza,

Welcome to OMN and to Australia. There are many musical souls to discover in this region. I hope you enjoy connecitng with them.

Best, Dean
At 9:58pm on March 15, 2009, Jens Mügge said…
Hello Iza!

welcome in our virtual online community to connect us and getting closer in real life! If you have any questions please check out the FAQ and if you have any issues you always can send a message to the admin team with this form.

All the best,
Jens
 
 
 

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