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see harmonicaharmonica.
1 The simplest of the musical instruments employing free reeds, known also as the mouth organ or French harp. It was probably invented in 1829 by Friedrich Buschmann of Berlin, who called his instrument the Mundäoline.
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The four choirs rehearsed throughout the summer with Armonico Consort's professionals.
The 26-strong Choir of Gonville and Caius College Chapel, Cambridge, collaborates with Armonico Consort in the project, and they will all be joined by local chamber and youth choirs from the touring venues to make up the extra voices required for the Striggio.
Esta ultima consiste en aquel fundamento antropologico y armonico que da vida a nuestra identidad personal y a nuestra maduracion, y que supone siempre tambien la fragilidad y la aceptacion de los limites.
En la figura 8 se muestra la gama de frecuencias asociadas a los coeficientes de Fourier para el genero de salsa, donde el armonico principal se encuentra alrededor de 1.56 Hz.
Glen Borling and Edward Deskur, baroque horns; Il Giardino Armonico; Giovanni Antonini, conductor.
There will also be performances by Armonico Consort, one of the country's leading chamber choirs, leading baroque soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins, international soprano Rebecca Evans and, closing the festival, a Big Band jazz evening courtesy of The Humphrey Lyttelton Band and singer Tina May.