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Really cool sculpture. Guitar into butterflies.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

You may recall artist Paul Villinski's swirl of butterflies made of beer cans from a few years ago. He has since honed his craft, continuing to reproduce

Lucite Piano on a yacht

Bluthner Lucid Piano iDyllic Excellence At once ultra modern and yet of such traditional design Bluthner Idyllic glass piano will fit naturally into a contemporary high-tech smart home but it will also deliver an unexpected touch of visionary progressiveness to a more classic interior. Contact Us Fully Transparent Piano by

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Is the french horn a brass or woodwind instrument?

This question has been on my mind for quite awhile now. I have been in concert band and marching band and this question was always up for debate. What does the French horn classify as: Brass or Woodwind? Fun Fact: The french horn is indeed a brass instrument. Although, others my say otherwise. The french horn is made of brass material and sits in the brass section. However, it's sound and structure are very unique. They really act as the bridge between Brass and Woodwinds. Their sound can be…

"George Cousineau (1733-1800) was one of the leading harp makers of his day, and enjoyed royal patronage as harp-maker in ordinary to Queen Marie Antoinette (1755-1793) from 1775. His harps were usually fitted with seven pedals, like this example, that operated a series of béquilles or double levers which enabled each string to be raised a semi-tone more accurately than had been previously possible."

Pedal-harp, carved, gilded and painted pine, with metal mechanisms, made by Georges Cousineau, France (Paris), 1780s