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Thread: 砥石で楽器を作って演奏してみた

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    砥石で楽器を作って演奏してみた


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    That is strangely relaxing...
    "Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." -Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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    Very cool. I don't think I would have ever thought about doing that. Sharpening stone xylophone FTW.
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    I think that phone mic is hilarious. Talk about overcompensation.

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    And here I though my stones were for sharpening knives!

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    And there I was thinking all stones play the same note (if there was such a musical note that is) - B#!

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    I wonder if that is a well know japanese tune - perhaps a song one might learn in school?

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    Awesome! I wonder if it works with nats....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kannamaster View Post
    I wonder if that is a well know japanese tune - perhaps a song one might learn in school?
    Very well known by Japanese people I think, maybe even before school. It's called "Tulips".


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