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Daybreak South | May 1, 2013 | 5:18

Bang Bang go the Drums

Chris Walker talks with cbc arts reporter Gillianne Richards about the art of Taiko drumming. Recently Kelowna brought in a world class troupe from Japan to perform and give workshops throughout the city.

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