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Instrument of the Week

Each week The Muse Of Music examines a different musical instrument or aggregation of musical instruments. Some instruments are commonplace, others rare or unusual. An image of the instrument and a sample of the sound it produces are provided when available. Hey, it was a trumpet that brought down the walls of Jericho, wasn't it?

This week's Featured Instrument

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In these pages, each week The Muse briefly examines the cultural, historic, and emotional impact of a different musical instrument. Not only does The Muse explore the instrument itself, The Muse touches on musicians who are famous for playing the instrument and tells anecdotes about the instrument and the player, where applicable.


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