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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb_2795 View Post
    Acoustic guitar, flamenco, classical pieces ...
    Absolutely correct, Peter. I knew I had missed something, but couldn't think of it. Thank you!

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    Being a piano major in college, I would have to go with the piano.....but I guess that royalty is in the eye of the beholder!
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    Tuned percussion? (steel drum, marimba, xylophone, etc. maybe). Although, I don't think any of them are nearly as versatile as the piano or organ. Also, would synthesizer count as a separate instrument.
    I think I would put the piano as queen and the rest as dukes (or duchesses) of various ranks. Let face it, a significant portion of composed music in almost any genre includes or features the piano. There's always seems to be a lot of art dedicated to the queen.
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    How about the accordion? (Yes, I'm just kidding!)

    Why are there no organs in Heaven?

    They need the keys for the accordions in Hell!

    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by myorgan View Post
    Nico,

    I guess I'd expect something like that from Cape Town. Must be the water there.

    What have I missed?

    Michael
    Hey-hey, Cape Town ain't that bad - yet .... We have no water though - have to shower in beer....
    You missed the Xylophone....

    Nico

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    Since Michael has touched on the subject - kinda - let's leave the King where he is and give His Majesty the piano as Queen. Then they can have as many offspring as they want to. Just think of it: Out of this royal union would come synthesizers, electronic organs and pianos, in fact, anything electronic in musical terms, only the humble pump organ and maybe a few others may be left behind by this lot of delinquents.....

    Thanks guys. This has been a lot of fun!

    Nico
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