The Instrument Collector
Toot tweetle twang click clang clunk kerplunk buzz boom bang beep whir jingle jangle thrub whap zing! People have been using instruments to make music from the Upper Paleolithic age, starting with bone flutes and moving on to stringed instruments and percussion. Enter Leon Clements of Pukerua Bay - a man who listens as a hobby. If it makes a noise, Leon is interested. As well as a career in farming, he's spent years collecting instruments and noisemakers of all descriptions. Amelia Nurse goes to see what treasures his current collection holds and more importantly, what sort of noise they make.
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