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Copy of Music

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Karenziita Murillo Aceves

on 17 March 2015

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The saxophone consists of an approximately conical tube of thin brass, sometimes plated with silver, gold, or nickel, flared at the tip to form a bell.
Most saxophones, both past and present, are made from brass. Despite this, they are categorized as woodwind instruments rather than brass, as the sound waves are produced by an oscillating wood reed, not the player's lips against a mouthpiece as in a brass instrument, and because different pitches are produced by breath wind passing opening and closing keys.fnvjfndvndnsjdn
The Colombian music is an evident sample of the cultural diversity of own country, that contains numerous manifestations that identify clearly each region, because meanly to the different factors that influenced the culture.
Comprised of vocalist Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon, Queen formed in London, England in 1971. After a few delays, the band introduced their innovative style on their 1973 self-titled debut album. Though critically well-received, it sold poorly in the U.S
"Killer Queen"
The next year’s follow-up effort suffered a similar fate, though Queen II did give the band their first UK hit, “Seven Seas of Rhye.” Building momentum, Queen released a third album, Sheer Heart Attack, in November 1974. With more radio-friendly songs, this was their first commercially successful album, helped by the single “Killer Queen.” Moving away from the progressive rock sound of their earlier work, the band was developing what would become the classic Queen sound.
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