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 What kind of Ocarina?
Author: Zoikon 
Date:   2007-06-03 22:36

What kind of Ocarina is this? ( i mean ....9-hole,10 hole....?)
Sorry but i just bought this today :P
Btw wich holes do you count as holes and wich do you not?

Yes, made in paint xD

Post Edited (2007-06-03 22:37)

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 Re: What kind of Ocarina?
Author: Gnomon 
Date:   2007-07-03 14:34

It's an Italian ocarina, also known in America as a "sweet potato". It's got 9 holes, so it is a 9-hole.

You could try my 10-hole fingering chart at:

It's sure to be something similar to that.


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