I can identify specific instruments in a piece of music, or in a video. I can provide information on how an instrument is used and the history behind it. This includes a large variety of instruments from all over the world. Asian instruments are my strong area, but I have a wide variety of knowledge on instruments in many other countries.
I collect music from around the world. Part of my interest is a research into what gives that area's music such a unique sound, and in order to find that out, I have to be familiar with what instruments are used and the history behind them, so I have spent many hours doing research on my own time and learning about a large variety of musical instruments around the world.
1 year of music history classes (no degree), 3rd year of college for nursing.
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I personally sing as a hobby and am a nurse, so I can try and give you my own experiences and knowledge. First of all, I'm not a doctor and a persistent sudden cough could be an indicator for a worse
This instrument is actually an electronic Kalimba, also known as the thumb piano. The user plucks the metal prongs to create various sounds. The electric side of this one just allows it to be plugged into
I believe I understand your question correctly. You're asking if a trumpet could be modified so you can make sounds from both ends. This would not be possible without quite a bit of modification. The
It's a trumpet sold by JW Jenkins' Sons out of Kansas City Mo. It appears that Jenkins used the Schubert name in the 1920s and 30s. It was a trade-name, not an actual maker. Jenkins used a variety of
I am unable to give you any kind of price range, as that is out of my expertise, but I can tell you a bit about where it came from! It's a Hohner, which is a German company. It's the oldest accordion