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VERTICAL FLUTE
BATTLE RECORDS
BANDURA
DAVUL
DUMRU
GADULKA
KHLUI
KOMUZ
LALI
MEJORANERA
LYRICON
MUSETTE
QUENA
PORTUGUESE GUITAR
PUNGI
REED ORGAN
SLIT GONG
PICCOLO OBOE
TROMBOON
TRIPLE HARP
ACOUSTIC CONTROL CORPORATION
AEOLIAN-SKINNER
AHOKO
ALBOKA
AMERICAN GAMELAN
AMERICAN GRIP
ANGKLUNG
ANZAD
AOYAMA HARP
ARCHICEMBALO
ARCHTOP GUITAR
ARGHUL
ARPEGGIONE
ARP AVATAR
ARP SCHNITGER
ASHIKO
AULOCHROME
BACK BEAT
BAGLAMA
BAJO SEXTO
BANJOLELE
BARRE CHORD
BARYTON
BASS FLUTE
BASS OBOE
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Vertical Flute

  1. The vertical flute is specially designed to be played in an upright position. (Web site)
  2. Vertical flute - The vertical flute is a special variation of the standard flute, or, more specifically, the transverse flute.
  3. Dongxiao, a vertical flute is an important musical instrument used inplaying Nanyin. (Web site)

Battle Records

  1. Battle records are often released by DJs banking on their celebrity or looking to capitalize on rare items in their collections.
  2. Hopefully people will use my beats to make battle records or whatever.
  3. There will be DMC parties and battle records from DMC. We want DMC to be a household name to the DJs.

Bandura

  1. The bandura is a traditional plucked-string musical instrument from Ukraine. (Web site)
  2. Bandura: a fretless plucked dulcimer found in the Ukraine.
  3. The bandura is a unique Ukrainian musical instrument that dates back to the 7-th century.

Davul

  1. The Davul is an amazing rope tension drum from Turkey.
  2. A davul is a large double-skin drum.
  3. The davul is the Turkish name for a type of two-sided frame drum found in the Middle East and Balkan Europe. (Web site)

Dumru

  1. Dumru Wikipedia Home Library Reference Wikipedia Dumru There are very few or no other articles that link to this one.
  2. A Dumru is an hourglass-shaped Indian musical instrument, around 15 cm in height.
  3. Comments : Add the mystery of ancient India to your decor with jaipur4u.com dumru musical instrument.

Gadulka

  1. The gadulka is an important instrument in the traditional Bulgarian Horo round dances. (Web site)
  2. The gadulka is probably the most popular and also most ancient folk instrument in Bulgaria today.
  3. The Gadulka is a folk Bulgarian string musical instrument played with a bow.

Khlui

  1. The khlui is a vertical duct flute from Thailand.
  2. The Khlui is similar to a Japanese flute called the Shaku-hachi. (Web site)
  3. The khlui --------------- is a vertical duct flute from Thailand. (Web site)

Komuz

  1. Komuz: A three stringed lute from Kyrgyzstan.
  2. Komuz is the pinch instrument, while Kyl-Ky'yak is the bow instrument.
  3. The komuz is a standard member of any Kyrgyz folk music group.

Lali

  1. A lali is a Fijian drum.
  2. A smaller form of the lali drum ( lali ni meke) is used in music.
  3. Lali is also a Persian word meaning "ruby".

Mejoranera

  1. The wood used to construct the Mejoranera is cedar.
  2. The Mejoranera is similar to a guitar but is slightly smaller and has a shorter neck. (Web site)
  3. The mejoranera is the most recognizable musical instrument from Panama. (Web site)

Lyricon

  1. The lyricon is an electronic wind instrument, the first to be constructed.
  2. The lyricon used a bass clarinet mouthpiece, with a sensor on the reed that detected lip pressure. (Web site)
  3. This inspiring music is created on Flutes, Lyricon, and Electronics. (Web site)

Musette

  1. Musette: also called baroque musette is a musical instrument of the bagpipe family.
  2. The musette was an instrument both for professionals, members of ensembles and orchestras in the court or noble households, and for amateurs. (Web site)
  3. The bulk of music written for the musette is not solo music; duos are the most popular form, followed by trio-sonatas. (Web site)

Quena

  1. The 'quena' is the Andean version of the flute.
  2. The quena is an indispensable instrument in traditional Peruvian bands, and songs.
  3. The quena is a notched endblown flute that produces a unique resonant sound, and is widely used throughout South America .

Portuguese Guitar

  1. Guitarra Portuguese guitar, usually 12 strings in 6 courses. (Web site)
  2. Portuguese guitar Is a 12 string guitar used in Portugal for the traditional Fado song.
  3. Portuguese guitar: Is a 12 string guitar used in Portugal for the traditional Fado song.

Pungi

  1. Pungi: an Indian reed instrument used by snake charmers in India.
  2. Pungi is a command-line tool that is used for creating Fedora spins.
  3. Pungi is a program for making spins of Fedora (Linux distribution), from the release 7 upwards.

Reed Organ

  1. The reed organ was the other main type of organ before the development of electronic organs. (Web site)
  2. The reed organ was thus able to bring an organlike sound to venues that were incapable of housing or affording pipe organs.
  3. The reed organ was the other main type of organ prior to the development of electronic organs.

Slit Gong

  1. Slit gong is a primitive type of gong. (Web site)
  2. The slit gong is a musical instrument made from a hollowed-out tree trunk. (Web site)
  3. Drums are membranophones whereas a slit gong is an idiophone.

Piccolo Oboe

  1. The piccolo oboe is the smallest and highest pitched member of the oboe family. (Web site)
  2. Lor--e calls its instrument "piccolo oboe" and Marigaux and Patricola call their instruments oboe musette. (Web site)

Tromboon

  1. The tromboon is a musical instrument made up of the reed and bocal of the bassoon attached to the body of a trombone instead of the trombone mouthpiece.
  2. Invention of the tromboon was attributed to P.D.Q. Bach after his death when he was no longer able to disavow it.
  3. Detailed view of a tromboon; the bassoon reed is on the left Tromboon example ( file info) --- play in browser ( beta) The comical sound of the tromboon.

Triple Harp

  1. A triple harp features three rows of parallel strings, two outer rows of diatonic strings, and a center row of chromatic strings. (Web site)
  2. The Welsh triple harp and early Irish and Scottish harps, however, are traditionally placed on the left shoulder (in order to have it over the heart).
  3. One exception is the Welsh Triple Harp which is traditionally placed on the left shoulder.

Acoustic Control Corporation

  1. Acoustic Control Corporation went out of business in the 1980s, then returned under the name True Tone Audio as a manufacturer of P.A. amplifiers. (Web site)
  2. Last check: 2007-07-12) Acoustic Control Corporation was a manufacturer of instrument amplifier s, based at Van Nuys, California. (Web site)
  3. Acoustic - Definition, explanation Acoustic Control Corporation, a company which produced instrument amplifiers using Acoustic as a brand name.

Aeolian-Skinner

  1. In 1964, a new Aeolian-Skinner organ was installed in the second gallery, and all pipes were revoiced.
  2. Ole Virgy explores the vast tonal resources of the wonderful Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ in the Riverside Church.
  3. The enormous Aeolian-Skinner organ in New York's Riveside Church was built over two decades under the direction of Virgil Fox who plays on this recording.

Ahoko

  1. The ahoko is a wooden rod with nutshells tied to strings which are then tightly wound around the end of the rod.
  2. The Ahoko is a traditional percussion instrument originating from the central part of C--te d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa.
  3. The Ahoko is a traditional percussion instrument originating from the central part of Côte dIvoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa. (Web site)

Alboka

  1. The alboka is a double hornpipe or clarinet native to the Basque Country.
  2. The alboka is a double clarinet coming from the Basque region of Northern Spain.
  3. The alboka is a Basque horn that nearly disappeared in the 20th century. (Web site)

American Gamelan

  1. American Gamelan is a style of gamelan based on Javanese gamelan instruments and music, but using primarily American made instruments and compositions. (Web site)
  2. Also offers Indonesian song lyrics and links to North American gamelan orchestra pages. (Web site)
  3. Lou Harrison is well known for his compositions for American gamelan. (Web site)

American Grip

  1. American grip is a technique used to hold drum sticks and mallets to play percussion instruments.
  2. The American grip is a hybrid of the French grip and German grip.
  3. American grip is a technique used to hold drum sticks A drum stick is an item used to hit percussion instruments to produce sound.

Angklung

  1. Angklung is a musical instrument made out of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame. (Web site)
  2. Angklung is a typical art of Banyuwangi. (Web site)
  3. An angklung is a pair (or more) of bamboo tubes mounted on a bamboo frame. (Web site)

Anzad

  1. An anzad (also known as amzad, imzad, or mzad) is a Tuareg monocord violin, usually played by elderly women during an evening ceremony called Takket.
  2. The Anzad is a musical instrument.
  3. Anzad - FactBug.org with quick search for Wikipedia content.

Aoyama Harp

  1. The Aoyama harp factory includes a museum of antique harps. (Web site)
  2. Aoyama Harp ( ---------------, Aoyama H--pu?) is a Japanese manufacturer of pedal (concert) harps and folk (lever) harps. (Web site)

Archicembalo

  1. The Archicembalo was a musical instrument constructed by Nicola Vicentino in 1555.
  2. Vicentino used his Archicembalo to test his own theories of tuning, and realize the more obscure ancient Greek genera which had been neglected for centuries. (Web site)
  3. Vicentino named his instrument the arcicembalo ( IPA: [art--i--t----mbalo]) but in English texts it is more often spelt archicembalo. (Web site)

Archtop Guitar

  1. Archtop guitar - The name Archtop describe guitars commonly known as "Jazz-boxes" or "Hollow-bodies".
  2. The acoustic archtop guitar, used in Jazz music, features steel strings.
  3. Orville Gibson was an American luthier who specialized in mandolins, and is credited with creating the archtop guitar.

Arghul

  1. Arghul is a reed flute, open-ended and end-blown.
  2. The arghul is a double-reed woodwind instrument that is shaped like a long, narrow recorder.
  3. Arghul: A double reed instrument from North Africa with two asymmetrical pipes.

Arpeggione

  1. The arpeggione is a six-stringed musical instrument, fretted and tuned like a guitar, but bowed like a cello, and thus similar to the bass viola da gamba.
  2. Arpeggione is also the name for a noted contemporary French string quartet, Quatuor Arpeggione (de Paris).
  3. The arpeggione is a string instrument developed by Johann George Staufer.

Arp Avatar

  1. This is the patent for the ARP Avatar, one of the earliest guitar synthesizers.
  2. ARP Avatar ARP Avatar The Avatar was a pitch to voltage guitar synthesiser developed by ARP in the late 1970s.

Arp Schnitger

  1. Arp Schnitger (born 1648 - 07-02, buried 1719 - 07-28) was a highly skilled and influential German organ builder.
  2. The most revered of the Hubbard pets was a grizzled dachshund, now departed, named for the great 17th Century organ-builder, Arp Schnitger. (Web site)
  3. The Brombaugh organ at Central Lutheran Church is more like an organ built by Arp Schnitger than any organ in the United States today.

Ashiko

  1. An ashiko is a kind of drum shaped like a truncated cone and meant to be played with bare hands. (Web site)
  2. The ashiko is a conically shaped drum which originated in Africa.
  3. Ashiko - An Ashiko is a kind of drum shaped like a trunca The ashiko drum is played throughout sub-Sarahan Africa and the Americas.

Aulochrome

  1. The Aulochrome is nothing else than a chromatic Aulos.
  2. Finally on October 26, 2002, the Aulochrome made its world premier in Paris, France.
  3. The mouthpiece of the Aulochrome is made of two separate elements placed together.

Back Beat

  1. The back beat is any of the even beats in music, as opposed to the odd downbeats. (Web site)
  2. Drummer Earl Palmer states the first record with nothing but back beat was "The Fat Man" by Fats Domino in 1949, which he played on. (Web site)
  3. This is played on the snare drum and is often referred to as the back beat. (Web site)

Baglama

  1. Baglama is the most decent and widely played instrument in the folk music.
  2. Baglama: A Turkish long-necked lute with strings tuned in pairs. (Web site)
  3. Baglama: A long-necked Turkish lute, with a pear shaped body, about one meter long.

Bajo Sexto

  1. Bajo sexto: a Mexican twelve-string guitar.
  2. Traditionally, the bajo sexto is a part of the instrumentation of conjunto groups in Northern Mexico.
  3. This bajo sexto is carefully crafted from an all spruce top for superb resonance and brilliant sustain.

Banjolele

  1. The banjolele is commonly tuned GCEA ("C Tuning") or ADF#B ("D Tuning"), with a re-entrant 4th string. (Web site)
  2. Unique banjo-like tone from the Gold Tone Banjolele brings uke parts to the foreground.
  3. You have found Goldtone Banjolele by Goldtone, one of 36 Banjos and related products in our guitar section.

Barre Chord

  1. Barre Chord - A barre chord takes its name from the role of the 1st finger of your left hand.
  2. If there were just some easy method for learning these chords everyone could master barre chord vocabulary. (Web site)
  3. Suddenly the barre chord is so much easier, in every sense.

Baryton

  1. The baryton is an old bowed stringed instrument, in regular use up until the end of the 18th century. (Web site)
  2. Includes details of the baryton, bowed psaltery, dulcian, krummhorn, lute, recorder, serpent, and vulcan lyre. (Web site)
  3. The concept of the bass oboe as an enlarged English horn survived, and an hautbois baryton redesigned by Fran--ois Lor--e was introduced in 1889. (Web site)

Bass Flute

  1. The bass flute is an octave lower than the concert flute, and the contrabass flute is an octave lower than the bass flute.
  2. The bass flute is the bass member of the flute family. (Web site)
  3. The Bass Flute is like the regular flute in most ways except its range is one octave lower than that of the regular flute. (Web site)

Bass Oboe

  1. Similar to the bass oboe is the more powerful heckelphone, which has a wider bore and larger tone than the bass oboe. (Web site)
  2. The work was written for the Canadian performer Lawrence Cherney, who uses a bass oboe manufactured by F. Lor--e. (Web site)
  3. As a result, it is not always clear which of the two instruments is intended when the composer specifies the "bass oboe".

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