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- The vertical flute is specially designed to be played in an upright position.
- Vertical flute - The vertical flute is a special variation of the standard flute, or, more specifically, the transverse flute.
- Dongxiao, a vertical flute is an important musical instrument used inplaying Nanyin.
- Battle records are often released by DJs banking on their celebrity or looking to capitalize on rare items in their collections.
- Hopefully people will use my beats to make battle records or whatever.
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- The bandura is a traditional plucked-string musical instrument from Ukraine.
- Bandura: a fretless plucked dulcimer found in the Ukraine.
- The bandura is a unique Ukrainian musical instrument that dates back to the 7-th century.
- The Davul is an amazing rope tension drum from Turkey.
- A davul is a large double-skin drum.
- The davul is the Turkish name for a type of two-sided frame drum found in the Middle East and Balkan Europe.
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- A Dumru is an hourglass-shaped Indian musical instrument, around 15 cm in height.
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- The gadulka is an important instrument in the traditional Bulgarian Horo round dances.
- The gadulka is probably the most popular and also most ancient folk instrument in Bulgaria today.
- The Gadulka is a folk Bulgarian string musical instrument played with a bow.
- The khlui is a vertical duct flute from Thailand.
- The Khlui is similar to a Japanese flute called the Shaku-hachi.
- The khlui --------------- is a vertical duct flute from Thailand.
- Komuz: A three stringed lute from Kyrgyzstan.
- Komuz is the pinch instrument, while Kyl-Ky'yak is the bow instrument.
- The komuz is a standard member of any Kyrgyz folk music group.
- A lali is a Fijian drum.
- A smaller form of the lali drum ( lali ni meke) is used in music.
- Lali is also a Persian word meaning "ruby".
- The wood used to construct the Mejoranera is cedar.
- The Mejoranera is similar to a guitar but is slightly smaller and has a shorter neck.
- The mejoranera is the most recognizable musical instrument from Panama.
- The lyricon is an electronic wind instrument, the first to be constructed.
- The lyricon used a bass clarinet mouthpiece, with a sensor on the reed that detected lip pressure.
- This inspiring music is created on Flutes, Lyricon, and Electronics.
- Musette: also called baroque musette is a musical instrument of the bagpipe family.
- The musette was an instrument both for professionals, members of ensembles and orchestras in the court or noble households, and for amateurs.
- The bulk of music written for the musette is not solo music; duos are the most popular form, followed by trio-sonatas.
- The 'quena' is the Andean version of the flute.
- The quena is an indispensable instrument in traditional Peruvian bands, and songs.
- The quena is a notched endblown flute that produces a unique resonant sound, and is widely used throughout South America .
- Guitarra Portuguese guitar, usually 12 strings in 6 courses.
- Portuguese guitar Is a 12 string guitar used in Portugal for the traditional Fado song.
- Portuguese guitar: Is a 12 string guitar used in Portugal for the traditional Fado song.
- Pungi: an Indian reed instrument used by snake charmers in India.
- Pungi is a command-line tool that is used for creating Fedora spins.
- Pungi is a program for making spins of Fedora (Linux distribution), from the release 7 upwards.
- The reed organ was the other main type of organ before the development of electronic organs.
- The reed organ was thus able to bring an organlike sound to venues that were incapable of housing or affording pipe organs.
- The reed organ was the other main type of organ prior to the development of electronic organs.
- Slit gong is a primitive type of gong.
- The slit gong is a musical instrument made from a hollowed-out tree trunk.
- Drums are membranophones whereas a slit gong is an idiophone.
- The piccolo oboe is the smallest and highest pitched member of the oboe family.
- Lor--e calls its instrument "piccolo oboe" and Marigaux and Patricola call their instruments oboe musette.
- 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.
- Invention of the tromboon was attributed to P.D.Q. Bach after his death when he was no longer able to disavow it.
- 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.
- A triple harp features three rows of parallel strings, two outer rows of diatonic strings, and a center row of chromatic strings.
- 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).
- One exception is the Welsh Triple Harp which is traditionally placed on the left shoulder.
- 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.
- Last check: 2007-07-12) Acoustic Control Corporation was a manufacturer of instrument amplifier s, based at Van Nuys, California.
- Acoustic - Definition, explanation Acoustic Control Corporation, a company which produced instrument amplifiers using Acoustic as a brand name.
- In 1964, a new Aeolian-Skinner organ was installed in the second gallery, and all pipes were revoiced.
- Ole Virgy explores the vast tonal resources of the wonderful Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ in the Riverside Church.
- 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.
- The ahoko is a wooden rod with nutshells tied to strings which are then tightly wound around the end of the rod.
- The Ahoko is a traditional percussion instrument originating from the central part of C--te d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa.
- The Ahoko is a traditional percussion instrument originating from the central part of Côte dIvoire (Ivory Coast) in Africa.
- The alboka is a double hornpipe or clarinet native to the Basque Country.
- The alboka is a double clarinet coming from the Basque region of Northern Spain.
- The alboka is a Basque horn that nearly disappeared in the 20th century.
- American Gamelan is a style of gamelan based on Javanese gamelan instruments and music, but using primarily American made instruments and compositions.
- Also offers Indonesian song lyrics and links to North American gamelan orchestra pages.
- Lou Harrison is well known for his compositions for American gamelan.
- American grip is a technique used to hold drum sticks and mallets to play percussion instruments.
- The American grip is a hybrid of the French grip and German grip.
- 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 is a musical instrument made out of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame.
- Angklung is a typical art of Banyuwangi.
- An angklung is a pair (or more) of bamboo tubes mounted on a bamboo frame.
- 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.
- The Anzad is a musical instrument.
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- The Aoyama harp factory includes a museum of antique harps.
- Aoyama Harp ( ---------------, Aoyama H--pu?) is a Japanese manufacturer of pedal (concert) harps and folk (lever) harps.
- The Archicembalo was a musical instrument constructed by Nicola Vicentino in 1555.
- 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.
- Vicentino named his instrument the arcicembalo ( IPA: [art--i--t----mbalo]) but in English texts it is more often spelt archicembalo.
- Archtop guitar - The name Archtop describe guitars commonly known as "Jazz-boxes" or "Hollow-bodies".
- The acoustic archtop guitar, used in Jazz music, features steel strings.
- Orville Gibson was an American luthier who specialized in mandolins, and is credited with creating the archtop guitar.
- Arghul is a reed flute, open-ended and end-blown.
- The arghul is a double-reed woodwind instrument that is shaped like a long, narrow recorder.
- Arghul: A double reed instrument from North Africa with two asymmetrical pipes.
- 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.
- Arpeggione is also the name for a noted contemporary French string quartet, Quatuor Arpeggione (de Paris).
- The arpeggione is a string instrument developed by Johann George Staufer.
- This is the patent for the ARP Avatar, one of the earliest guitar synthesizers.
- ARP Avatar ARP Avatar The Avatar was a pitch to voltage guitar synthesiser developed by ARP in the late 1970s.
- Arp Schnitger (born 1648 - 07-02, buried 1719 - 07-28) was a highly skilled and influential German organ builder.
- The most revered of the Hubbard pets was a grizzled dachshund, now departed, named for the great 17th Century organ-builder, Arp Schnitger.
- The Brombaugh organ at Central Lutheran Church is more like an organ built by Arp Schnitger than any organ in the United States today.
- An ashiko is a kind of drum shaped like a truncated cone and meant to be played with bare hands.
- The ashiko is a conically shaped drum which originated in Africa.
- Ashiko - An Ashiko is a kind of drum shaped like a trunca The ashiko drum is played throughout sub-Sarahan Africa and the Americas.
- The Aulochrome is nothing else than a chromatic Aulos.
- Finally on October 26, 2002, the Aulochrome made its world premier in Paris, France.
- The mouthpiece of the Aulochrome is made of two separate elements placed together.
- The back beat is any of the even beats in music, as opposed to the odd downbeats.
- 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.
- This is played on the snare drum and is often referred to as the back beat.
- Baglama is the most decent and widely played instrument in the folk music.
- Baglama: A Turkish long-necked lute with strings tuned in pairs.
- Baglama: A long-necked Turkish lute, with a pear shaped body, about one meter long.
- Bajo sexto: a Mexican twelve-string guitar.
- Traditionally, the bajo sexto is a part of the instrumentation of conjunto groups in Northern Mexico.
- This bajo sexto is carefully crafted from an all spruce top for superb resonance and brilliant sustain.
- The banjolele is commonly tuned GCEA ("C Tuning") or ADF#B ("D Tuning"), with a re-entrant 4th string.
- Unique banjo-like tone from the Gold Tone Banjolele brings uke parts to the foreground.
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- Barre Chord - A barre chord takes its name from the role of the 1st finger of your left hand.
- If there were just some easy method for learning these chords everyone could master barre chord vocabulary.
- Suddenly the barre chord is so much easier, in every sense.
- The baryton is an old bowed stringed instrument, in regular use up until the end of the 18th century.
- Includes details of the baryton, bowed psaltery, dulcian, krummhorn, lute, recorder, serpent, and vulcan lyre.
- 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.
- The bass flute is an octave lower than the concert flute, and the contrabass flute is an octave lower than the bass flute.
- The bass flute is the bass member of the flute family.
- The Bass Flute is like the regular flute in most ways except its range is one octave lower than that of the regular flute.
- Similar to the bass oboe is the more powerful heckelphone, which has a wider bore and larger tone than the bass oboe.
- The work was written for the Canadian performer Lawrence Cherney, who uses a bass oboe manufactured by F. Lor--e.
- As a result, it is not always clear which of the two instruments is intended when the composer specifies the "bass oboe".
* Beat Juggling
* Black Swamp Percussion
* Bolt-On Neck
* Carlo Giuseppe Testore
* Chord Organ
* Contrabass Clarinet
* Contrabass Flute
* Contrabass Guitar
* Dan Bau
* Dean Guitars
* Drone Zither
* Effects Cymbal
* Electric Cello
* Electric Harp
* Electronic Drumming
* Electronic Keyboard
* Ensoniq Fizmo
* Envelope Follower
* Ernie Ball
* Esp Guitars
* Eunuch Flute
* Fender Custom
* Fender Jaguar
* Fender Vi
* Fernandes Guitars
* Flue Pipe
* Flutter Tonguing
* German Grip
* Gibson Flying V
* Gibson Marauder
* Gibson Stradivarius
* Glass Marimba
* Grand Piano
* Harp Guitar
* Heritage Guitars
* Horn Section
* Infinite Guitar
* Irish Flute
* Jackson Kelly
* Jacob Stainer
* Jam Block
* Janko Keyboard
* Johann Christoph Denner
* John Brombaugh
* Kurzweil Music Systems
* Latin Percussion
* Lead Guitar
* Long String Instrument
* Mason And Hamlin
* Matched Grip
* Mohan Veena
* Moog Music
* Morley Pedals
* Natural Horn
* Needle Drop
* Octave Key
* Paganini Quartet
* Parlor Guitar
* Piston Valve
* Playing Range
* Post Horn
* Premier Percussion
* Propellerhead Software
* Ranat Ek Lek
* Ranat Thum Lek
* Rodgers Instruments
* Rogers Drums
* Rotary Valve
* Sanctus Bell
* Selmer-Maccaferri Guitar
* Semi-Acoustic Guitar
* Singing Bowl
* Slit Drums
* Sopranino Saxophone
* Sounding Board
* Sound Hole
* Stradivari Society
* Stroh Violin
* Subcontrabass Flute
* Sustain Pedal
* Sympathetic Strings
* Talk Box
* Tenor Saxophone
* Tokai Guitars
* Triadex Muse
* Trompeta China
* Twi Ba
* Vic Firth
* Vincent Bach Corporation
* Violin Family
* Vox Humana
* Warr Guitar
* Washtub Bass
* Woodwind Instrument
* Wood Block
* Yamaha Motif
* Yamaha Motif Es
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