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Unformatted text preview: Eastern. There is some noodling, not much. Song ends with notes going back and forth. The song is not twangy. It does not have that Middle Eastern touch to it. Although, it is considered middle eastern. There are no vocals. Very soothing sound. Not too much goes on. The string instrument that is played with a bow, I dont think can be a violin because it is almost out of tune.its hard to describe. Most of the notes in this song are very high pitched. Some kind of instrument is being plucked. That could be the Dulcimer but I am not sure. There is never silence, no breaks....
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2008 for the course HUM 125 taught by Professor Petersen during the Spring '07 term at Oakton.
- Spring '07