Dilson de Sauza (Biluka) played music with ficus leaves in Ecuador in the early 1960s. This lead to a tropical chamber jazz. Dilson played the leaf open, resting on his tongue, hands free, with his mouth as the resonator. The eucalyptus leaf is popular among Aboriginal Australians. In China, they’ve played leaves for 10,000 years. In Cambodia, people play the slek, a leaf plucked from either the sakrom or the khnoung tree. But ain’t nobody like Biluka, ever.