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Topic: More Bach on Strange Instruments
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Jim Guido

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RE: More Bach on Strange Instruments
Posted: Apr 6, 2011 4:17 PM
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It indeed would change the pitch ever so slightly, but if you look closely
he has separate bowls by him next to the glasses that he is using. Pretty
amazing! I am wondering how long it takes to get the everything I tune?



Jim



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Subject: Fwd: More Bach on Strange Instruments



I have a question for the physicists among you. Does not the musician
change the pitch, if ever so slightly, of those glasses into which he dips
his fingers to wet them?



Bobbi Eisenberg



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And speaking of Bach on non-conventional instruments...



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKRj-T4l-e8






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