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Which musical instrument do like listening to the most?

A_man_called_CHIOG  Male  South East London 2-Jun-2019 13:59 Message #4741153
What makes it your favourite?
Blue-Poppy  Female  East Yorkshire 2-Jun-2019 18:44 Message #4741173
Clarinet, harp, banjo
justkath1960  Female  East Sussex 2-Jun-2019 18:55 Message #4741174
got to be the bass guitar, (I play bass as a hobby) you do not only "hear" the bassline you feel it, it is along with the drum beat what drives the song ...
Judance  Female  Berkshire 2-Jun-2019 19:01 Message #4741176
It depends …

There's nothing like a late night soulful saxophone .. but the clarinet and oboe take some beating along with the very versatile piano.

I'm not keen on brassy brass or the electric guitar ..
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 2-Jun-2019 19:03 Message #4741178
Fiddle or violin
persona_non_grata  Male  North London 2-Jun-2019 21:25 Message #4741183
Saxophone without a doubt. I was relaxing earlier listening to Kenny G.
fosy  Male  Leicestershire 2-Jun-2019 22:35 Message #4741189
sax, it can play to a full spectrum of moods, and love the way tommo from madness knocks a note out...even when flying across the stage suspended by a rope, he should know better at his age ! ;¬)
terry  Male  West Yorkshire 2-Jun-2019 22:51 Message #4741191
I quite like classical and acoustic guitar...Andres Segovia and Bert Jansch being particular favourites amongst many others, they seem able to create a multitude of emotions.
Sea Urchin  Female  Essex 7-Jun-2019 09:17 Message #4741409
The acoustic guitar and also when played in the fingerpicking styl, as favoured by the likes of Donovan. I do prefer all types of stinged instruments though, andf have never been a fan of big brass bands and brass instruments.
persona_non_grata  Male  North London 7-Jun-2019 12:21 Message #4741423
Earlier this week I was in London with a friend for afternoon tea. The hotel had a harpist playing which was beautiful (can’t think of a better word). My friend loved it when the harpist played Happy Birthday for her.

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