Given a chance you could bang on anything that produces sound, empty biscuits container, pail, even empty bottles and inside the lift or on the steering wheels provided you have rhythm else..would be thrown out of the car..
An amazing street drummer.
Well-loved street performers Bang On! create captivating rhythms using anything from plastic bags and watering cans to a huge junk drum kit, combining music with amazing technique and showmanship.
The Morin Khuur is a Mongolian bowed stringed instrument, horse-head fiddle, is probably the most important musical instrument in Mongolian ethnic group. It is known in Chinese as matouqin. It produces a sound which is poetically described as expansive and unrestrained, like a wild horse neighing, or like a breeze in the grasslands. It is the most important musical instrument of the Mongolian people, and is considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation.
Ci Bulag 齐宝力高 and the Horse-head Fiddle Orchestra at Chinese New Year Eve's CCTV Gala in early 1991.
The instrument consists of a trapezoid wooden-framed sound box to which two strings are attached. It is held nearly upright with the sound box in the musician's lap or between the musician's legs. The strings are made from hairs from horses' tails, strung parallel, and run over a wooden bridge on the body up a long neck to the two tuning pegs in the scroll, which is always carved into the form of a horse's head.
It's amazing these less fortunate people who are deaf and speech-impaired joining the singing team with Glee. By using sign language they "sang" 'Imagine'. At the end of the song to cheer them instead of clapping is by raising the hands in the sky and turning the hands. I was given an opportunity to attend a short program organised by YMCA in Brickfields on the basic sign language a couple of years back and I found out they are pretty cool people. Let there be muzik even though they cannot hear but they can sing with their heart, with a little help from hands and fingers.
The Harmonica, also called harp, blues harp, french harp, and mouth organ. It is played by blowing air into it or drawing air out by placing lips over individual holes (reed chambers) or multiple holes. The pressure caused by blowing or drawing air into the reed chambers causes a reed or multiple reeds to vibrate up and down creating sound. Each chamber has multiple, variable-tuned brass or bronze reeds which are secured at one end and loose on the other end, with the loose end vibrating and creating sound.
VJC Harmonica Band concert 2008 - Resonance X When You Believe (from "Prince of Egypt") Year Twos
This is one of the most cheapest musical instrument that most youngsters can afford when we were kids and some could have owned a few harmonicas. I think the brand is 'Butterfly' and it was made in China. Thanks to our old folks and neighbors for their 'expertise', said blowing and sucking the harmonica is unhygienic. Our next economical musical instrument is the bamboo flute which also shared the same death blow. Blowing the flute at night will attract unseen beings. Oh really?
Heng Ee Harmonica Band won ensemble champion with the song of Orpheus In The Underworld by Offenbach. Conductor: Cheetion
The basic parts of the harmonica are the comb, reed-plates and cover-plates. The comb is the term for the main body of the instrument which contains the air chambers that cover the reeds. The term comb originates from the similarities between simple harmonicas and a hair comb. Harmonica combs were traditionally made from wood, but now are usually made from plastic (ABS) or metal (including titanium for very high-end instruments). Some modern and experimental comb designs are complex in the way that they direct the air. [wikipedia]
This is a beginner HARMONICA LESSON for your "C" harmonica that offers you an exercise for practicing you single note technique. I hope this video helps you with your accuracy with single notes.
The Harmonitones (Bob Ferguson lead harmonica, Doug Fisher chord harmonica and Erine Beitler bass harmonica) play Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy in the early 1970's.
Let it be - A great song of The Beatles, was played by Igor Flach. This may be one of the best covered versions for playing harmonica. Let's enjoy his impromptu.
Bagpipes are a class of musical instrument consists of a bag as a constant reservoir for air, a chanter with a number of finger-holes, and usually a three drone pipes to be rested on the piper's left shoulder. The supply of air into the bag is by blowing into a blowpipe or blowstick. The modern blowpipes are fitted with a non-return valve thus saving the piper from using his tongue to cover the tip of the blowpipe while inhaling. I'm amazed that bagpipes do rock which I was not aware of until lately. Whoa they are awesome. Hey thanks to Mei Teng who brought up this point which I shared the same "I think of Scotland whenever I see bagpipes! Oh and not forgetting the kilts! [mei teng]"
Neil Hubbard has taught the Scottish Highland bagpipes to individuals and groups since the early 1990's. Hubbard also teaches individual bagpipe lessons at his home in Kirkland, Washington.
The Maui Celtic Bagpipes and Drums band presents: World Champion Bagpiper, Jack Lee, performing at the Makawao Union Church, march 18th 2006.
The bag is an airtight reservoir which can hold air and regulate its flow while the player breathes or pumps with a bellows, enabling the player to maintain continuous sound for some time. Materials used for bags vary widely, but the most common are the skins of local animals such as goats, dogs, sheep, and cows. More recently, bags made of synthetic materials including Gore-Tex have become common.
Bagpipes, Drums, percussion & heavy guitar riffs: The PowerPipes rock the house!!! March 23rd `08, Spielraum Gaspoltshofen.
Comedian Johnny 'Bagpipes' Johnston, covers the THX logo, Star Wars theme, ACDC and more. Funny Stuff!
Dozens of types of bagpipes today are widely spread across Europe and the Middle East, as well as through much of the former British Empire. The name bagpipe has almost become synonymous with its best-known form, the Great Highland Bagpipe, overshadowing the great number and variety of traditional forms of bagpipe. For further information on other types of bagpipes and its history check it out with Wikipedia.
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers on BBC TV's "When will I be famous?" with a rendition by Queen ~ 'We Will Rock You'.
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