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  1. Ronnie Woods face on http://www.bestfishoilpills.com The Ronnie Wood show is incredible This whole show is effectively one long face solo skyarts1 (5,013 bytes)
  2. Para entenderme no solo debes meterte en mis zapatos tambien debes andar con ellos a ver qué se FAQ - Die wichtigsten Fragen - Ephedrin-Ephedra.com siente (2,191 bytes)
  3. SS4Macau Shindongs Solo Performance another song Bubble Pop perennial plant (1,604 bytes)
  4. Estoy escuchando ordinary world de Duran Duran y solo me http://www.addioproblemidierezione.com acuerda a noc xq Jajaja (1,893 bytes)

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  1. Apple (30,159 bytes)
    102: ... [[Front Row]], available with a Core Duo or Core Solo (single core) processor. The Apple online store s...
  2. Guitar (52,845 bytes)
    1: ... wide variety of musical styles, and it is also a solo classical instrument. It is recognized as one of ...
    30: ...of 1674 constitutes the majority of the surviving solo corpus for the era.) Renaissance and Baroque guit...
    32: ... guitar is designed to allow for the execution of solo polyphonic arrangements of music in much the same...
  3. Bass guitar (36,637 bytes)
    3: ...ic and jazz. The electric bass is also used as a soloing instrument in [[jazz]], [[fusion]], [[Latin]],...
    83: ..., played 8-, 10-, 12- and 18-string basses on his solo albums ''[[Zooma]]'' and ''[[The Thunderthief]]''...
    165: ...es. When bassists playing lead bass style are not soloing, they often play basslines that provide a melo...
    176: ...more easily, enabling some musicians to develop a solo role for the instrument.
  4. Orchestra & Instruments (315 bytes)
    23: ==Solo Instrument==
  5. Tuning (17,829 bytes)
    51: ...righter tone so as not to be overshadowed by the solo violin. However, in modern peformance it is ofte...
  6. Pitch (16,733 bytes)
    77: ...e is still some variance in the exact pitch used. Solo instruments such as the piano (which an orchestra...
  7. Ear training (11,333 bytes)
    15: ... to keep of the last note of the previous line or solo nor any need to keep track of a series of interva...
  8. Piano (31,680 bytes)
    3: The piano is widely used in [[western music]] for solo performance, [[chamber music]], and [[accompanime...
  9. Harpsichord (20,144 bytes)
    108: ...ia (music)|fantasia]], and the [[fugue]]. Besides solo works, the harpsichord was widely used for accomp...
    110: ...tyle 75 pieces of which 37 compositions are for [[solo harpsichord]], 2 compositions are of harpsichord ...
  10. Pipe Organ (57,297 bytes)
    9: ...onal [[hymn]]s as well as parts of the liturgy]]. Solo organ music is generally played before and after ...
    99: *Great, Swell, Choir, Solo, Orchestral, Echo, Antiphonal (America)
    104: ..., usually controlled by a manual placed above the Solo. German and English organs generally use the same...
    108: ...chestral divisions, and sometimes it is seen with Solo and Bombarde divisions.
    113: ...arger organs often part, or all of, the choir and solo divisions will be enclosed as well.
  11. Semitone (17,090 bytes)
    29: ...such as [[Iannis Xenakis]]' ''Evryali'' for piano solo...
    39: ... in the opening measures of [[Luca Marenzio]]'s ''Solo e pensoso'', ca. 1580. ]]
  12. Trumpet (17,779 bytes)
    33: ...ousin, the [[cornet]] would take the spotlight as solo instrument for the next hundred years. Crooks and...
    48: ==Solos==
    49: ...st made in the late 1700s, but there were several solos written for the [[natural trumpet]] that are now...
    95: .... 3 (Mahler)|Symphony No. 3]] (Off-stage Posthorn solo)
    110: ... Juan]] (Opening through Sec. B, Weich Solo, Vivo Solo, Sec. P)
  13. Horn (instrument) (16,807 bytes)
    69: ...entury the horn was sufficiently established as a solo instrument that the hornist [[Giovanni Punto]] be...
    72: ...merry pranks) contains one of the best known horn solos from this period. [[Richard Wagner|Wagner]] exp...
    76: ...ositions in the great orchestras to distinguished solo careers, a path followed by Brain and many since.
  14. Euphonium (23,511 bytes)
    37: ...ss bands]], where it is frequently featured as a solo instrument. Because of this, the euphonium has b...
    45: ...ity and large range make it well-suited to a jazz solo role, and a jazz euphonium niche has been carved ...
    47: ...ice band was in May 2004. A career strictly as a solo performer, unaffiliated with any university or pe...
    51: ...s also long been featured as an integral part and solo instrument in [[Salvation Army]] bands.
    60: ...yband.navy.mil/MUCMRBehrend.shtml Roger Behrend], soloist with the [http://www.navyband.navy.mil/ U.S. N...
  15. Tuba (16,524 bytes)
    4: ...strings]] and [[woodwind]]s, or increasingly as a solo instrument.
    22: ...uba is commonly used by professional players as a solo instrument and, in America, to play higher parts ...
    55: ...ole, although it is not uncommon for them to take solos. Many jazz bands actually use a sousaphone, comm...
  16. Cornet (10,140 bytes)
    49: ...Salvation Army]] cornet player who has recorded a solo CD and performed at many prestigious events world...
    50: ...laying and effortless technique. Has made several solo CDs.
    78: ...ss.com/ World of Brass] Large selection of cornet solo CDs.
  17. Trombone (36,405 bytes)
    26: The repertoire of trombone solo and chamber literature has its beginnings in Aust...
    31: ...t Sachse]] and [[Friedrich August Belcke]], whose solo works all remain popular today in Germany. Queiss...
    44: ...ing back to the trombone a level of importance in solo and chamber music. Pieces such as [[Edgard Varès...
    108: ...y Cianci, Jr. High]]", Peter is seen performing a solo.
  18. Saxophone (40,706 bytes)
    65: ...In jazz, alto and tenor are predominantly used by soloists. Many jazz saxophonists also play soprano on ...
    106: Besides functioning as a solo instrument, the saxophone is also an effective en...
    113: ...rtet headed by Eduard Lefebre (1834-1911), former soloist with the Sousa band, in the United States circ...
  19. Clarinet (31,973 bytes)
    79: ...tral woodwinds) has left a considerable amount of solo repertoire from the [[Classical music era|Classic...
  20. E♭ clarinet (5,605 bytes)
    1: ...t would be treacherous for the B♭ clarinet. Solo repertoire is generally very limited. In many cas...
    20: ...l compositions with notable E♭ or D clarinet solos include:

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