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@stux holy moly!
@stux Where can I find the original of this?
@x_minus_t @stux https://youtu.be/SzA8O-aTOTQ
@tjrk @stux Incroyable!
@x_minus_t @stux en fait
@tjrk @stux Here is a longer video of this guy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knp0yFDPyyI
@x_minus_t @stux thank you. I managed to somehow not to link to his channel
@x_minus_t @tjrk @stux I see that there are a lot of people of culture.🧐 So, let me introduce to you someone...Ladies and gentlemen: B&B Projecthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYW7mrY8Dg0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8GY2cNTuEc
@PuluiPavlovych First of all: thank you! Second of all: good stuff!
@stux wow 😮 I knew that instrument only from Bavarian music 🎶 and didn’t know what you can do with it… 👏🏻👏🏻
That's a Bayan accordion, you can do some pretty amazing things with one.
This is more than just incredible.I am simply speechless.
@stux That is incredible!
@stux muss ziemlich kalt im Studio gewesen sein, so wie der zittert
Zu deine Zitternaussage: Church halt. ;-)
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@PuluiPavlovych Interesting instrument. I had never heard of it.
@paulkater Because it's Ukrainian invention.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrEOtFIaTVEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvWtyL6MS44
@paulkater Musicians who play the bandura are referred to as bandurists. In the 19th – early 20th century traditional bandura players, often blind, were referred to as kobzars.
But these days the instrument is mostly played by women.
@stux @SheDrivesMobility hier: Akkordeon gibt's auch in gut!
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