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Автор Тема: Best Use of Unusual Instruments  (Прочитано 3277 раз )
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« : 16 Февраль 2018, 15:41:05 »

Hi,

I've been thinking about how a lot of progressive rock bands use (or used) instruments that are unusual for rock music. Keyboards are pretty obvious (though they're not that odd), as well as Ian Anderson's flute and Kansas' violin. So now I have a question for you all: what is your favorite use of an "unusual instrument" in progressive rock?

My favorite: Rick Wakeman's harpsichord in Yes' "Siberian Khatru" (I don't think I've ever rocked out to a harpsichord before...), although I like the violin in Caravan's "Memory Lain, Hugh" almost as much.

 Please help.

Thanks!

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=361
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