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Can you identify these instruments please?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Henriettawasp, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Henriettawasp

    Henriettawasp New commenter

    Sounds like a bass guitar to me.
     
  2. v12

    v12

    I couldn't sworn that I heard the right hand player of the fourth desks of first violins scrape his chair leg at 1' 43.2", otherwise sadly not! [​IMG]
     
  3. baxterbasics

    baxterbasics Senior commenter

    It's definitely a bass guitar<strike></strike>
     
  4. baxterbasics

    baxterbasics Senior commenter

    That's an oboe at 1:03
     
  5. I got A christmas song with sleigh bells in it - is that right? It doesn't seem to fit with what other people are saying. At 56" there is Celesta playing a counter melody accompanied by an accoustic bass and a guitar strumming chords (with left hand dampening) - + Assorted percussion.
    Hope that helps..
     

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