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maverick1962 maverick1962 51-55, M 6 Answers Jan 24 in Community

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Piano and harp ?

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Yes

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If you really mean "stringed" instruments as opposed to "string" instruments in an orchestral setting, then a piano and a harp qualify as non-bowed stringed instruments.



Otherwise a classical guitar, and a lute (such as played in a Vivaldi Lute Concerto in a baroque orchestra), I suppose could be a non-bowed string instrument.

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Piano and harp were the responses I sought. I hope I didn't present the question in ambiguous manner. My apologies if it was so. I thought a musician or a member of a symphony orchestra would come forward with the answer. Thank you.

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Actually, I sang for ten seasons with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Chorus, during the Solti and Giulini years.

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Alex...is that you?

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Damn, my cover is blown.

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Flute and Clarinet?

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Stringed ?

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LOL...I thought it said unbowed, non stringed instruments...!!! I am tired and I have the flu...sorry :/

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:D

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It's okay. Hope you get to feeling better. A lot of my friends have had or are enduring some form of flu. Flu is rampaging around this part of Oklahoma.

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Unbowed stringed....

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Yeah, I got that. See above. Sorry. :/

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Ok thanks. My eye sight isn't what it used to be. Need some new spectacles. Lol

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:)

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