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UKRAINE-CRISIS/VOLUNTEERS-RAVE
RTS9UM00 
July 23, 2022 
An artist performs while volunteers remove debris from the House of a Culture in the village of Yahidne,... 
YAHIDNE, Ukraine 
Artist performs while volunteers remove debris from the House of a Culture in the village of Yahidne 
An artist performs while volunteers remove debris from the House of a Culture in the village of Yahidne, which was heavily damaged during Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Chernihiv region, Ukraine July 23, 2022. Members of the volunteers' movement Repair Together travel over regions, which were under Russian occupation and help local residents to clean up damaged buildings under accompaniment of electronic music. REUTERS/Viacheslav Ratynskyi 
LEBANON-MUSIC/FESTIVAL
RTS5K58I 
February 16, 2022 
Italian conductor and pianist Gianluca Marciano, performs during the opening night of Al Bustan International... 
BEIT MERY, Lebanon 
Italian conductor and pianist Gianluca Marciano, performs during the opening night of Al Bustan International... 
Italian conductor and pianist Gianluca Marciano, performs during the opening night of Al Bustan International Festival of Music and the Performing Arts, in Beit Mery, Lebanon, February 16, 2022. Picture taken February 16, 2022. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
LEBANON-MUSIC/FESTIVAL
RTS5K58D 
February 16, 2022 
Lebanese-Canadian Soprano singer, Joyce El-Khoury, and Italian conductor and pianist Gianluca Marciano,... 
BEIT MERY, Lebanon 
Soprano singer Joyce El-Khoury and pianist Gianluca Marciano perform during the opening night of Al Bustan... 
Lebanese-Canadian Soprano singer, Joyce El-Khoury, and Italian conductor and pianist Gianluca Marciano, perform during the opening night of Al Bustan International Festival of Music and the Performing Arts, in Beit Mery, Lebanon, February 16, 2022. Picture taken February 16, 2022. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
EMIRATES-EXPO/COLDPLAY
RTS5ID0M 
February 15, 2022 
Chris Martin of the band Coldplay performs at Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, February 15,... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Coldplay performs at Expo 2020 in Dubai 
Chris Martin of the band Coldplay performs at Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, February 15, 2022. REUTERS/Christopher Pike 
BRITAIN-BALLROOM/
RTS4U16G 
January 25, 2022 
Organist Phil Kelsall plays the Wurlitzer organ for dancers at the Tower Ballroom which has reopened... 
Blackpool, United Kingdom 
Organist Phil Kelsall plays the Wurlitzer organ for dancers at the Tower Ballroom which has reopened... 
Organist Phil Kelsall plays the Wurlitzer organ for dancers at the Tower Ballroom which has reopened after a renovation programme which saw 100 layers of varnish removed from the floor in Blackpool, Britain, January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CONGO-FAMILY
RTX7EGKX 
April 20, 2020 
A boy plays the keyboard piano inside his apartment on the 23rd floor of a residential building, amid... 
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Kinshasa 
A boy plays the keyboard piano inside his apartment on the 23rd floor of a residential building, amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Gombe district of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo April 18, 2020. Picture taken April 18, 2020. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5FZO9 
April 04, 2018 
A sequencer and keyboard are displayed at a music store in Singapore April 3, 2018. Picture taken April... 
Singapore, Singapore 
A sequencer and keyboard are displayed at a music store in Singapore 
A sequencer and keyboard are displayed at a music store in Singapore April 3, 2018. Picture taken April 3, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5FZN5 
April 04, 2018 
An electric keyboard is shown on display at a store in Singapore April 3, 2018. Picture taken April... 
Singapore, Singapore 
An electric keyboard is shown on display at a store in Singapore 
An electric keyboard is shown on display at a store in Singapore April 3, 2018. Picture taken April 3, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5FZMZ 
April 04, 2018 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Illustration photo of music notes on sheet music 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5FZMU 
April 04, 2018 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Illustration photo of music notes on sheet music 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5FZMR 
April 04, 2018 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Illustration photo of music notes on sheet music 
Musical notes are seen on on sheet music in this illustration photo April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas White/Illustration 
JAPAN-ECONOMY/GDP
RTR4EDA4 
November 17, 2014 
People try out laptops displayed at an electronics retail store in Tokyo November, 16, 2014. Japan's... 
Tokyo, Japan 
People try out laptops displayed at an electronics retail store in Tokyo 
People try out laptops displayed at an electronics retail store in Tokyo November, 16, 2014. Japan's economy unexpectedly shrank an annualised 1.6 percent in July-September after a severe contraction in the previous quarter, likely solidifying the view that premier Shinzo Abe will delay a second sales tax hike next year. Picture taken November 16, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
GREECE-BANKS/DEPOSIT
RTR4BR0R 
October 27, 2014 
A street musician plays his instrument outside a Eurobank branch in central Athens October 27, 2014.... 
Athens, Greece 
A street musician plays his instrument outside a Eurobank branch in central Athens 
A street musician plays his instrument outside a Eurobank branch in central Athens October 27, 2014. Greek bank deposits rose in September for the seventh straight month, central bank data showed on Monday. Business and household deposits rose to 164.75 billion euros ($209.2 billion) from 164.23 billion euros in August, the Bank of Greece said. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR3YWCY 
July 16, 2014 
A busker play a keyboard and sings along the bank of the Thames in central London, July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne... 
London, United Kingdom 
A busker play a keyboard and sings along the bank of the Thames in central London 
A busker play a keyboard and sings along the bank of the Thames in central London, July 16, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
KOREA/
RTR2UP6C 
December 01, 2011 
A musician plays an electronic keyboard during a joint opening ceremony of four new cable channels in... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Musician plays electronic keyboard during a joint opening ceremony of four new cable channels in Seoul... 
A musician plays an electronic keyboard during a joint opening ceremony of four new cable channels in Seoul December 1, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA) 
ITALY-FASHION/
RTR2J6QG 
February 27, 2011 
A model presents a creation by Dolce & Gabbana during their Autumn/Winter 2011 women's collection show... 
Milan, Italy 
A model presents a creation by Dolce & Gabbana during their Autumn/Winter 2011 women's collection show... 
A model presents a creation by Dolce & Gabbana during their Autumn/Winter 2011 women's collection show at Milan Fashion Week February 27, 2011. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: FASHION) 
SINGAPORE
RTXVNN1 
December 12, 2010 
Indonesian domestic workers (L-R) Nasifa of Surabaya, Darsini of Purbalingga, Nurkhasanah of Bandung... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Indonesian domestic workers attend a singing class during their day off at the Indonesian School in Singapore... 
Indonesian domestic workers (L-R) Nasifa of Surabaya, Darsini of Purbalingga, Nurkhasanah of Bandung and Ernawat of Semarang attend a singing class with their teacher Mr. Oto of Jakarta (on keyboard) during their day off at the Sekolah Indonesia Singapura (Indonesian School) in Singapore December 12, 2010. Administered by the Indonesian Embassy, the school offers courses from high school diplomas to degree programs held in partnership with the Indonesian Open University for Indonesia migrant domestic workers on Sundays, the sole off day for the majority of such workers. More than 150 domestic workers are currently enrolled in open degree courses, while about 500 others also take part in a variety of enrichment courses ranging from sewing, computer classes and English. There are currently about 85,000 Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore, according to local media. December 18 marks the U.N. International Migrants Day. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS EDUCATION) 
BRAZIL/
RTR28UAY 
January 14, 2010 
A model presents a creation from Alessa's 2010 autumn/winter collection during the Fashion Rio Show in... 
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 
A model presents a creation from Alessa's 2010 autumn/winter collection during the Fashion Rio Show in... 
A model presents a creation from Alessa's 2010 autumn/winter collection during the Fashion Rio Show in Rio de Janeiro January 13, 2010. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL - Tags: FASHION) 
USA/
RTR25SIM 
July 18, 2009 
Macy's Grand Court organist Peter Richard Conte plays the six-manual (keyboard) 2.5 ton console of world's... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Peter Richard Conte plays the Wanamaker Grand Court Pipe Organ in Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia... 
Macy's Grand Court organist Peter Richard Conte plays the six-manual (keyboard) 2.5 ton console of world's largest playable pipe organ in the Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 14, 2009. The organ (R-rear), weighing 287 tons, and with 28,482 pipes in numerous chambers, rises up seven stories above the Grand Court (R) in the center of the store, and has been played every business day since John Wanamaker's new department store was completed in 1911. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES SOCIETY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDDA 
March 05, 2009 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Hamburg, Germany 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDD5 
March 05, 2009 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDD1 
March 05, 2009 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Parts of a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDCM 
March 05, 2009 
A specialist uses a small flame to adjust the hammer on a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway... 
Hamburg, Germany 
A specialist adjust the hammer on a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory... 
A specialist uses a small flame to adjust the hammer on a keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDCJ 
March 05, 2009 
Keyboard and emblem of a historic Concert Grand piano arepictured during its refurbishing at the Steinway... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Keyboard and emblem of a historic Concert Grand piano are pictured during its refurbishing at the Steinway... 
Keyboard and emblem of a historic Concert Grand piano arepictured during its refurbishing at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDCI 
March 05, 2009 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Hamburg, Germany 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg 
A specialist adjusts the keyboard of a Concert Grand piano at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDCB 
March 05, 2009 
Specialists adjust Keyboards before they are placed into Concert Grand pianos at the Steinway & Sons... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Specialists adjust Keyboards before they are placed into Concert Grand pianos at the Steinway & Sons... 
Specialists adjust Keyboards before they are placed into Concert Grand pianos at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXCDC8 
March 05, 2009 
Parts of a Keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Hamburg, Germany 
Parts of a Keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg... 
Parts of a Keyboard of a Concert Grand piano wait to be finished at the Steinway & Sons factory in Hamburg March 4, 2009. Steinway & Sons, a German-based subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc of New York, whose 370 workers produce about 1,300 pianos along with other musical instruments for Germany and the rest of the world outside the United States, set up its factory in Hamburg in 1880. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
FINANCIAL/SPAIN-WINNERS
RTR22FOV 
December 10, 2008 
An employee shows an item on sale to a customer at a store which buys and sells second-hand items in... 
Madrid, Spain 
To match feature FINANCIAL/SPAIN-WINNERS 
An employee shows an item on sale to a customer at a store which buys and sells second-hand items in Madrid October 9, 2008. Besides pawnbrokers, cobblers, betting shops and cheap mobile phone services are doing a good trade as consumers become more thrifty and companies across most of Spain's struggling economy slash jobs and investment. To match feature FINANCIAL/SPAIN-WINNERS REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN) 
MUSIC-AMERICAN/
RTXAWMM 
November 24, 2008 
Coldplay's Chris Martin performs at the 2008 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 23, 2008.... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Coldplay's Chris Martin performs at the 2008 American Music Awards in Los Angeles 
Coldplay's Chris Martin performs at the 2008 American Music Awards in Los Angeles November 23, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES) 
CHINA/
RTR1WHZP 
January 31, 2008 
A man carries a girl and an electronic keyboard on his bicycle as they ride in a street in downtown Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China 
Man carries a girl and an electronic keyboard on his bicycle as they ride in a street in downtown Shanghai... 
A man carries a girl and an electronic keyboard on his bicycle as they ride in a street in downtown Shanghai January 31, 2008. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (CHINA) 
SAMSUNG-RESULTS/
RTR1VTBL 
January 15, 2008 
Employees of Samsung Group walk out of an exhibition hall where a Samsung Electronics TV set and mobile... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Employees of Samsung Group walk out of an exhibition hall where a Samsung Electronics TV set and mobile... 
Employees of Samsung Group walk out of an exhibition hall where a Samsung Electronics TV set and mobile phones are displayed at the group's headquarters in Seoul January 15, 2008. Samsung Electronics, the biggest maker of memory chips used in computers, cameras and music players, posted a smaller-than-expected 7 percent dip in quarterly profit, as strong sales of its TV and display screens eclipsed falling chip prices. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
INDIA/
RTX4Y42 
December 22, 2007 
A visually challenged boy dressed as Santa Claus plays the piano during Christmas celebrations at a school... 
Hyderabad, India 
A visually challenged boy dressed as Santa Claus plays the piano in Hyderabad 
A visually challenged boy dressed as Santa Claus plays the piano during Christmas celebrations at a school in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad December 22, 2007. Christmas is a popular festival in India and is celebrated widely across the country. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA) 
CANADA-AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1PYR6 
May 22, 2007 
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper listens as students from the Aschiana school perform a song in... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Canada's PM Harper listens as students from the Aschiana school perform a song in Kabul 
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper listens as students from the Aschiana school perform a song in Kabul, Afghanistan May 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (AFGHANISTAN) 
USA/
RTR1NN4X 
March 19, 2007 
Pieces of tape with song titles written on them adorn the keyboard belonging to the band, Wax Fang, at... 
Austin, UNITED STATES 
Pieces of tape with song titles written on them adorn the keyboard belonging to the band, Wax Fang, at... 
Pieces of tape with song titles written on them adorn the keyboard belonging to the band, Wax Fang, at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas March 17, 2007. Picture taken March 17, 2007. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) 
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTR1MMCW 
February 20, 2007 
Thousand of revellers dance during the carnival in Salvador in the Brazilian coastal state of Bahia,... 
BAHIA, Brazil 
Thousand of revellers dance during the carnival in Salvador 
Thousand of revellers dance during the carnival in Salvador in the Brazilian coastal state of Bahia, February 20, 2007. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL) 
INDIA
RTR1J9U6 
November 12, 2006 
Ten-year-old Kishan Shrikanth plays an electronic keyboard in the southern Indian city of Bangalore November... 
Bangalore, India 
Kishan Shrikanth plays an electronic keyboard in the southern Indian city of Bangalore 
Ten-year-old Kishan Shrikanth plays an electronic keyboard in the southern Indian city of Bangalore November 12, 2006. Kishan Shrikanth was named "the youngest director of a professionally made feature length film" by the Guinness World Records. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv (INDIA) 
US JAZZ
RTRGFPI 
March 30, 2004 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock talks about several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National... 
Washington, United States of America 
MUSIC LEGEND HERBIE HANCOCK SPEAKS ALONGSIDE THE INSTRUMENTS HE DONATED TO THE SMITHSONIAN IN WASHINGTON.... 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock talks about several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History during a ceremony in Washington, March 30, 2004. Hancock, whose 1983 tune "Rockit" is regarded as a milestone in popular music, donated a keyboard, two synthesizers and a headphone microphone which were cutting edge technology at the time, to the Smithsonian which kicks off its annual Jazz Appreciation Month this week. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR 
US JAZZ
RTRGFPA 
March 30, 2004 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock describes several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National... 
Washington, United States of America 
MUSIC LEGEND HERBIE HANCOCK DONATES HIS INSTRUMENTS TO THE SMITHSONIAN IN WASHINGTON. 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock describes several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History during a ceremony in Washington, March 30, 2004. Hancock, whose 1983 tune "Rockit" is regarded as a milestone in popular music, donated a keyboard, two synthesizers and a headphone microphone which were cutting edge technology at the time, to the Smithsonian which kicks off its annual Jazz Appreciation Month this week. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR 
US JAZZ
RTRGFOT 
March 30, 2004 
A shadow of music legend Herbie Hancock is cast onto a wall as he gestures next to one of several of... 
Washington, United States of America 
MUSIC LEGEND HERBIE HANCOCK GESTURES AT A INSTRUMENT DONATION CEREMONY IN WASHINGTON. 
A shadow of music legend Herbie Hancock is cast onto a wall as he gestures next to one of several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History during a ceremony in Washington, March 30, 2004. Hancock, whose 1983 tune "Rockit" is regarded as a milestone in popular music, donated a keyboard, two synthesizers and a headphone microphone which were cutting edge technology at the time, to the Smithsonian which kicks off its annual Jazz Appreciation Month this week. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR 
US JAZZ
RTRGFON 
March 30, 2004 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock smiles as he relates stories on his musical career during a ceremony at the... 
Washington, United States of America 
MUSIC LEGEND HERBIE HANCOCK SMILES AS HE DONATES INSTRUMENTS TO THE SMITHSONIAN IN WASHINGTON. 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock smiles as he relates stories on his musical career during a ceremony at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, March 30, 2004. Hancock, whose 1983 tune "Rockit" is regarded as a milestone in popular music, donated a keyboard, two synthesizers and a headphone microphone which were cutting edge technology at the time, to the Smithsonian which kicks off its annual Jazz Appreciation Month this week. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR 
US JAZZ
RTRGFO9 
March 30, 2004 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock describes several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National... 
Washington, United States of America 
MUSIC LEGEND HERBIE HANCOCK GESTURES TO THE INSTRUMENTS HE DONATED TO THE SMITHSONIAN IN WASHINGTON. 
Music Legend Herbie Hancock describes several of the instruments he donated to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History during a ceremony in Washington, March 30, 2004. Hancock, whose 1983 tune "Rockit" is regarded as a milestone in popular music, donated a keyboard, two synthesizers and a headphone microphone which were cutting edge technology at the time, to the Smithsonian which kicks off its annual Jazz Appreciation Month this week. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/JDP 
AUSTRALIA
RTRSMPQ 
November 23, 1999 
Australian concert painist Gerard Willems plays a A$180,000 (US$114,000) grand piano, made of extremely... 
Sydney, Australia 
GERARD WILLEMS PLAYS TASMANIAN HUON PINE GRAND PIANO IN SYDNEY. 
Australian concert painist Gerard Willems plays a A$180,000 (US$114,000) grand piano, made of extremely rare Tasmanian Huon pine that was salvaged from the forest floor, as visitors to Sydney's Powerhouse Museum walk past November 23. The piano was made for the museum's collection of musical instruments that consists of more than 700 items spanning 370 years of keyboard development.

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