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Drummer plays for 72 hours straight

An Indonesian musician who played the drums for 72 hours has broken a world record.

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Kunto Hartono, 26, was declared the holder of the national record for longest drum-beating and Tourism Minister I Gde Ardika said he had also broken a world record of 58 hours previously held by Briton Allister Brown.

"The Indonesian nation is proud to have a son like Kunto, who has strong determination to show that this nation is strong and capable," Ardika said on television.

Hartono is seeking to be included in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Paul van der MaasSat, 31 Jan 2004 20:59:00 GMT
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