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timpani - I love these drums, they stir my whole body and soul! <img src="/images/graemlins/music.gif" alt="" />


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Uilleann Pipes (pronounced ILL-in)... a type of Irish bagpipes (they're a little bit less harsh than the more common Scottish Highland Pipes)

http://larkinthemorning.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_BAG240_A_Uilleann+Pipe+Full+Set+and+case_E_

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Washboard - also called rubboard, scrubboard, frottoir.... a simple old-fashioned ridged washboard scraped with a spoon to get a percussive sound. A great example of alternate-use percussion instruments (like spoons, triangle, cowbell, etc.). Nowadays, it's mostly used in Zydeco music, where the washboard has been modified to be worn as a vest.

Here's a pic of a washboard player ("Caveman" from Geno Delafose and French Rockin' Boogie):

http://www.ritmoartists.com/Images/Geno/Cave001.JPG

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Xylophone! <img src="/images/graemlins/music.gif" alt="" />

LOL - This is the one thread where it was actually easy to come up with an "X" word! <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />


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Ooops! I didn't realize that we weren't done!

Yaraki - Another word for the didgeridoo.

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ZITHER-an instrument having from 30 to 40 strings over a shallow horizontal sounding box and played with plectrum and fingers.

My dad had one, and I used to pay it when I was a kid. Eventually sold it as an antique. [needed the cash at the time!]


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