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6 July 2015, 11:54 | Updated: 6 January 2017, 14:45
Xavi Lozano can turn just about anything into a wind instrument. For him, music really is everywhere.
Let us introduce you to Xavi Lozano, the Catalan musician specialising in ethnic flutes and wind instruments. So far so middle-of-the-road, but he's also made a name for himself by playing instruments made out of some surprising materials.
According to him, everything contains music. Take some construction hoarding, for example: add a few finger holes, and Xavi can turn it into a rather beautiful sounding flute.
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It seems this guy can turn anything into a wind instrument. Kids' bikes, household brooms, step ladders, bricks, industrial hosing. You name it, he can play it as a flute.
Here he is in concert, erring on the side of the slightly more conventional.
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