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After completing his studies of the classical guitar Michael David focused on performing Modern Jazz. 

When visiting his family in Australia, he discovered the didgeridoo, a wind instrument of the indigenous people of Australia. Fascinated by the archaic sound of this instrument, his musical interest turned to world music.

Over the course of many years, Michael David explored the sounds of a growing number of exotic instruments such as the Shakuhachi – a  Japanese bamboo flute, the Indian Bansuri flute, the Irish tin whistle, the spirit flute of the American indigenous people as well as the oud, an Arabic lute.

His ability to play these instruments allied with the ability to digitally record music in his project studio, enable him to produce his own music as a “One Man Band”.