Spotted this man playing this weird looking instrument.  Iv'e been told it could be a SANTOOR, YANGQIN, or a TSYMBALI Which originate from  Iran, China and Ukraine respectively.

Iv'e spotted this very talented bucket drummer on O'Connell street in Dublin City center. He has astounded passerbys creating music on everything from paint buckets,cowbell, wooden poles and cymbals.

Spotted this Violinist on Henry street in Dublin so i took out my cam and started recording. The man is a pure artists. The violin is the hardest string instrument to play and one that takes a lifetime to master.

A mixture of different instruments being used in this street performance that took place in Dublin City Center. One of the musicians is a young boy by the name of Lorenzo. Very talented and mature for his age

Seen this great violin player on Grafton street in Dublin. Playing Take On Me on his Violin. He will be performing in a concert as a soloist with the Dublin Symphoney Orchestra Satruday December 3, 2011 at 8pm. Concert will take place st Bartholomew Church. If you would like to see him in action do drop by.

A mixture of different instruments being used in this street performance that took place in Dublin City Center.

While walking down Henry street in Dublin city center i spot this man playing the steel guitar. The steel guitar is unusual in that it is played horizontally, either across the players knees or on its own stand. There are two main varieties of the instrument, which are played using the metal slide, or 'steel' from which the guitar takes its name. The steel is held in the left hand, when used by a right-handed player. The two main variations are the lap steel guitar, which typically has six strings and the pedal steel guitar which can have more - sometimes two or even three separate sets; each tuned differently. Pedals and knee-levers are used to alter the tuning on particular strings whilst playing, which along with the sliding action of the steel, gives the pedal steel its distinctive voice which is most often heard in country music.

While walking on Grafton Street I spot this man playing a piano. Walking down Grafton street you will see a variety of street performers but i never thought i'd see a piano player. I still don't understand how he was able to manage bringing the piano to Grafton street. To contact any of the performers you see in this channel for business purposes, Please send us an email or a message and we will provide you with Their details.

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