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The stark Jew's harp that is his "break" simply adds a raw poignancy to a question that is as simple and basic as Cohen himself is becoming as he matures in grace to be a wizened sage for our time.
The song with a jew's harp is sweet to see, but sounds like the desert.
No furniture, no clothing, no jewelry, and only one musical instrument, a Jew's harp, were found, The digs revealed some marbles and some beads, also of British manufacture, and 4 coins.
People really seem to love the hillbilly instruments,'' said Pasko, who mixes his accordion playing with spoons, washboard, Jew's harp and homegrown percussion instruments.
The other week I explored the history of the jew's harp, which began life in Birmingham, moved to Rowley Regis and then headed back to Birmingham again.
Jack himself was a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, banjo, mandolin, melodeon, mouth organ, and Jew's harp.
The Jew's harp is a global instrument, and a magical or spiritual dimension has been attached to it in many cultures.
IT'S more than 40 years since Chicago jazzman Claude McKin recorded this unique jew's harp cocktail jazz classic.
Connections are made between the so-called Jew's harp and development of the harmonica and the accordion.
OF all the unconventional instruments introduced into pop music in the Sixties - harpsichord and sitar, dulcimer and mellotron - one of the most unusual is surely the Jew's harp.
He uses strummed and picked banjo, Jew's harp and shruti box to create some startling music and poetry - much of it to cherish.
Michael Wright's study of the Jew's harp in the law is also a ground-breaking piece, unearthing the association of what in past centuries was an extraordinarily popular musical instrument with criminal wrongdoing.