At the very beginning of their music career - when they were still in Liverpool - Paul was seen to be playing guitar upside down. This is because he is left handed and left handed Guitars had to be custom made and were expensive. Therefore, it was easier and cheaper for Paul to flip the guitar and rearrange the strings for a left handed player.
An instrumentalist typically is used for accompanying (or comping as it is often called in jazz) a solo instrument, often a vocalist. Accompanying often includes playing rhythms based around pre-determined chords or patterns. Just think of what the instruments do in a pop song!
The late Billie Thomas , March 12, 1931 - October 10, 1980 , played Buckwheat .
I believed they have played chess before. But I don't know how often they play chess because of their bust schedules!!
"Ole lady" comes from the Ancient Nordic "Uldelaarden", meaning battleaxe forged from the fires of Valhalla. Nowadays, the Ole lady is a ceremonial instrument used in countries such as Finland and Sweden, often used to circumcise adolescent females as a rite of passage.
Corgan often played all instruments excluding drums
The organ is usually the instrument that is often played with Baroque music.
Duke Ellington most often played the piano.
Yes, Ronald Reagan played the harmonica. He often played it during his campaigns and public appearances.
Ringo was never known as the 'Quiet Beatle' (publically, anyway). George was known as the 'Quiet Beatle' because he didn't talk as often as the other Beatles in press conferences and interviews.
pizzicato and when you play with a bow that's called arco
That depends on the music. Most often, it is played in a band, with other brass instruments, woodwind instruments, and percussion instruments. It is also played in the orchestra, with other brass instruments, woodwinds, and strings. It can be played in ensembles with other trumpets or brass instruments. Or, it can be played with piano accompaniment.
The organ is the only instrument for sacred music. Mozart described it as 'the king of instruments'.
It's often called, believe it or not, actually called upside down pie! Hope this helped:)
Cutting instruments are often sharp because a sharp instrument is better at cutting than a dull instrument is.