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Michiko Rehearsal Studios

Happy Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day! Do you play an unusual instrument? Tell us in the comments!⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #uncommoninstrumentsawarenessday ⁠ ⁠ ⁠

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Happy #UncommonInstrumentsAwarenessDay! Listen to Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté play the regional love song “Jarabi” on the , a kind of traditional to . | ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Musical Instruments Museum

This intricately designed instrument named ‘claviharp’ resembles the giraffe piano… but it is not a piano at all. Invented and patented in Paris in 1814 by Johann Christian Dietz, a German engineer and instrument maker, it is an instrument whose strings are plucked by small leather-covered hooks which are activated by the keyboard. The claviharp here at the mim was manufactured some time before 1888 by his grandson Christian, who lived and worked in Brussels. Played in concerts at the end of the 19th century, this instrument was successful at first. It was claimed that even a highly attentive listener could not distinguish it from a normal harp. AwarenessDay

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Café Sládkovič

Dnes pripíjame na Svetový deň nezvyčajných hudobných nástrojov.. dôvod na kávu sa nájde vždy :) #uncommoninstrumentsawarenessday

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Musical Instruments Museum

AwarenessDay We know what you’re thinking... ‘a bassoon? Nothing peculiar about that!’ Think again… The name Russian Bassoon is what linguists would call a false friend. This instrument is actually a type of bass horn and is not played with a double-reed like an actual bassoon. A French invention, it is suggested that it may have acquired its name due to its use in the Prussian war. Its serpent head is simply decorative and does not serve a musical function. Our bassoon, made in Lyon, France, between 1809 and 1830, is made of wood and brass and has been stained to give it it’s colour. AwarenessDay

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Harare, Zimbabwe

Join us as we celebrate 'Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day' today, Tuesday 31 July 2018 – Have you ever heard of the Chapman Stick? Or the hydraulophone? What about the 12-neck guitar? 💖 Read up on The World’s Most Unusual Music Instruments here : #UncommonInstrumentsAwarenessDay 🌍🌐🇿🇼

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Munich's Hardest Hits

Today's the "Uncommon instruments awareness" day... 😳 what do you think of this craaaaazy drum kit?! 😂 Made in Japan... Rock on and have a good day with your No. 1 Rock Radio Munich's Hardest Hits. . . #uncommoninstrumentsawarenessday

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Boise Philharmonic

Boise, Idaho

It's uncommon instruments awareness day! In 2016 the Boise Phil got an up close look at an instrument called the pipa, which is a Chinese plucked instrument that is uncommon to us. Guest artist Changlu Wu performed "Qilian Rhapsody for pipa and orchestra" along with the Boise Phil. We're excited for more opportunities to learn about unique instruments. day . . . . . . .

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