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Maverick1962 Maverick1962 70+, M 6 Answers Jan 24, 2014 in Community

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Piano and harp ?

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Yes

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Good question! nice to see, for a change. Harp wasn't ......'instantly' coming to me!
And, of course the piano is actually in the Percussion family, although, yes it has strings.
Because they 'need to be struck', that is why it is a percussion instrument.

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Thanks for response and clarification. I had forgotten that I had posed this question. :)

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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.<br />
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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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