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Max playing Fujara in Tegener's Museum in Danmark

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Comment by Max Brumberg on August 16, 2010 at 12:16pm
thanks to skye for the beautiful spot, i love the museum, the artist was a really special man, for sure he would have liked the sound, i found he had a lot of sculptures of pan, faun and other beautiful mythological personalities..

sorry that you have to turn your head, but i still dont really know how to work on i movie.. sound quality is limited cause of the equipment..

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