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BRITAIN-ROYALS/PLATINUM-JUBILEE
RTS7YJR1 
May 19, 2022 
Members of the Household Cavalry take part in the The Brigade Major’s Review on Horse Guards Parade,... 
London, United Kingdom 
The Brigade Major’s Review on Horse Guards Parade in London 
Members of the Household Cavalry take part in the The Brigade Major’s Review on Horse Guards Parade, the final rehearsal of Trooping of Colour before the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, in London, Britain, May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls 
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/NETHERLANDS-MUSEUMS
RTS4NRJN 
January 19, 2022 
Customers get a haircut in a concert hall as museums and concert halls protest against government rules... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Museums and concert halls protest against government rules allowing gyms and hairdressers to re-open... 
Customers get a haircut in a concert hall as museums and concert halls protest against government rules allowing gyms and hairdressers to re-open while they have to stay shut due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Amsterdam, Netherlands January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/NETHERLANDS-MUSEUMS
RTS4NQI0 
January 19, 2022 
Customers get a haircut in a concert hall as museums and concert halls protest against government rules... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Museums and concert halls protest against government rules allowing gyms and hairdressers to re-open... 
Customers get a haircut in a concert hall as museums and concert halls protest against government rules allowing gyms and hairdressers to re-open while they have to stay shut due to coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions in Amsterdam, Netherlands January 19, 2022. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw 
SAUDI-MUSIC/
RTX7CE1E 
January 27, 2020 
A Saudi youth plays organ at the musical instruments shop at the Hilla market, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia... 
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
A Saudi youth plays organ at the musical instruments shop at the Hilla market, in Riyadh 
A Saudi youth plays organ at the musical instruments shop at the Hilla market, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia January 20, 2020. Picture taken January 20, 2020. REUTERS /Ahmed Yosri 
USA-ELECTION/SANDERS
RTSFG01 
May 22, 2016 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders organizes a picture with the Rancho Buena Vista... 
Vista, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders organizes a picture with the Rancho Buena Vista... 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders organizes a picture with the Rancho Buena Vista High School marching band after they played at a rally for Sanders at their High School in Vista, California, United States May 22, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake
USA-ELECTION/SANDERS
RTSFFWF 
May 22, 2016 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders organizes to take a picture with the Rancho Buena... 
Vista, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Sanders organizes to take a picture with the Rancho Buena Vista... 
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders organizes to take a picture with the Rancho Buena Vista High School marching band after they played at a rally for Sanders at their high school in Vista, California, United States, May 22, 2016.REUTERS/Mike Blake
CHINA-ODDLY/
RTS8BWK 
February 28, 2016 
A participant blows a horn while running in the "Half-Naked Marathon" at Olympic Forest park in Beijing,... 
Beijing, China 
A participant blows a horn while running in the "Half-Naked Marathon" at Olympic Forest park in Beijing... 
A participant blows a horn while running in the "Half-Naked Marathon" at Olympic Forest park in Beijing, China, February 28, 2016. This annual running event which requires participants to run half-naked, was organized to promote environmentally friendly lifestyles. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
AFGHANISTAN-ENTERTAINMENT
RTX251VT 
February 02, 2016 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman Palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman Palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand... 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman Palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand Smiles for Peace" by Non-Violent World Organization (NVWO) February 2, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTX251VQ 
February 02, 2016 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand... 
An Afghan band performs at the ruins of Darul Aman palace in Kabul during a campaign called "One Thousand Smiles for Peace" by Non-Violent World Organization (NVWO) February 2, 2016. A military helicopter flies on the left. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MEXICO-RELIGION/
RTX1UFB9 
November 02, 2015 
A musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day... 
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico 
Musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day... 
A musician plays his violin next to a depiction of La Santa Muerte (Saint Death) at a shrine during Day of the Dead celebrations in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 2, 2015. The saint is often depicted as a skeletal "grim reaper" and followers leave offerings of tequila, rum, beer, cigarettes, cash, flowers and candy at altars adorned with rosaries and candles. The Catholic Church frowns on the Saint Death cult, whose origins may trace back to Aztec and Mayan death-gods or to ancient European traditions, but many devotees call themselves Catholics. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTX1LV1S 
July 26, 2015 
A participant prepares before the Red Bull Flugtag Russia 2015 competition in Moscow, Russia, July 26,... 
Moscow, Russia 
A participant prepares before the Red Bull Flugtag Russia 2015 competition in Moscow 
A participant prepares before the Red Bull Flugtag Russia 2015 competition in Moscow, Russia, July 26, 2015. Enthusiasts competed in disciplines on the longest distance of the flight, on the creativity of self-made aircrafts and on the originality of the performance in an attempt to win the contest, according to organizers. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin 
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9H6 
April 25, 2015 
Participants hold up their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Lima, Peru 
Participants hold up their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Participants hold up their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil 
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9H5 
April 25, 2015 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian... 
Lima, Peru 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian... 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9G4 
April 25, 2015 
A boy looks at a participant playing his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International... 
Lima, Peru 
A boy looks at a participant playing his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International... 
A boy looks at a participant playing his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil 
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9G2 
April 25, 2015 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Lima, Peru 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9G0 
April 25, 2015 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Lima, Peru 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival... 
Participants play their cajones, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil 
PERU-MUSIC/
RTX1A9FX 
April 25, 2015 
A participant plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of... 
Lima, Peru 
A participant plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of... 
A participant plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the 8th International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 25, 2015. Almost 2,000 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil 
VIETNAM-ODDLY/
RTR4QWVY 
February 24, 2015 
Villagers play music instruments during a festival at the Nem Thuong village in Bac Ninh, north of Hanoi,... 
NEM THUONG, Vietnam 
Villagers play music instruments during a festival at the Nem Thuong village in Bac Ninh, north of Hanoi... 
Villagers play music instruments during a festival at the Nem Thuong village in Bac Ninh, north of Hanoi, February 24, 2015. Organized by the villagers, the festival is held on the sixth day of the first month of the lunar calendar to worship the village's deity Doan Thuong, an anti-royal military general who lived in 13th century. Every year, thousands of people from the village and nearby villages will gather to smear the blood of pig on their banknotes in the belief that it would bring luck in the new year. The festival is known as the most brutal in the country and is condemned by many, including some who called on the government to stop the festival. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE
RTR4F7PF 
November 23, 2014 
Students play the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument, during the annual tabla competition held in... 
Ahmedabad, India 
Students play the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument, during the annual tabla competition held in... 
Students play the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument, during the annual tabla competition held in a park on the banks of the Sabarmati river in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad November 23, 2014. At least 120 tabla players on Sunday performed during the competition which was organized by the Tabla Talim Sanstha, a Tabla training institute. RUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: EDUCATION SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-ECONOMY/
RTR4F3VA 
November 22, 2014 
A woman plays an organ grinder as she asks for donations with her hat in downtown Mexico City November... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A woman plays an organ grinder as she asks for donations with her hat in downtown Mexico City 
A woman plays an organ grinder as she asks for donations with her hat in downtown Mexico City November 21, 2014. Mexico's finance ministry cut its 2014 growth forecast on Friday after the economy grew unexpectedly slowly in the third quarter in a modest recovery that is now also threatened by rising social unrest.The weak data is the latest blow to President Enrique Pena Nieto, who faces rising protests over the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers as well as a conflict-of-interest scandal over a lucrative rail contract. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA/
RTX108Q4 
June 01, 2013 
Kenatea Chavez Modrcin, 14, plays a piano of the organization Sing for Hope in a park in New York June... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A youth plays a piano of the organization Sing for Hope in a park in New York 
Kenatea Chavez Modrcin, 14, plays a piano of the organization Sing for Hope in a park in New York June 1, 2013. From June 1 to June 16, the Sing for Hope Pianos return to New York City with 88 artist-designed pianos placed in parks and public spaces throughout the five boroughs for people to enjoy, according to its website. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3D3G1 
January 28, 2013 
A villager wearing horns dances to the music of a band during carnival celebrations in the Navarran village... 
Ituren, Spain 
A villager wearing horns dances to the music of a band during carnival celebrations in the Navarran village... 
A villager wearing horns dances to the music of a band during carnival celebrations in the Navarran village of Ituren January 28, 2013. Villagers from Zubieta and neighbouring Ituren perform the ceremonial pre-spring dance carrying copper bells believed to ward off evil spirits and awaken the coming season. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR34KTM 
July 04, 2012 
A barrel organ player walks past a street performer before a photocall to promote the 21st International... 
Berlin, Germany 
A barrel organ player walks past a street performer before a photocall to promote the 21st International... 
A barrel organ player walks past a street performer before a photocall to promote the 21st International Barrel Organ Festival in Berlin, July 4, 2012. About 150 barrel organ players from various European countries and the U.S. are expected to participate in the event that will take place in Berlin from July 6 to July 8. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
PERU/
RTR30QRI 
April 14, 2012 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the fifth International Festival of the... 
Lima, Peru 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the fifth International Festival of the... 
A boy plays his cajon, a popular Peruvian instrument, during the fifth International Festival of the Peruvian Cajon in Lima's Plaza Mayor, April 14, 2012. Almost 1,500 people took part in the event playing the percussion instrument simultaneously, hoping to achieve a new world record for the world biggest cajon performance, according to organizers. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTR2ZADG 
March 13, 2012 
A man plays the erke and caja, natives musical instruments, near Murillo square where Bolivia's presidential... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
Man plays erke and caja, natives musical instruments, near Murillo square where Bolivia's presidential... 
A man plays the erke and caja, natives musical instruments, near Murillo square where Bolivia's presidential palace is located March 13, 2012. According to local media, the corner streets of Murillo square are heavily guarded by riot police during protests from different social organization and unions demanding Bolivia's president Evo Morales and his government to improve living conditions. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
HONDURAS-JAIL/FIRE
RTR2XXCK 
February 16, 2012 
A guitar lies near a puddle of blood at a jail in Comayagua, about 75 km (45 miles) north of the capital... 
Comayagua, Honduras 
Guitar lies near a puddle of blood at a jail in Comayagua 
A guitar lies near a puddle of blood at a jail in Comayagua, about 75 km (45 miles) north of the capital Tegucigalpa, February 15, 2012. A massive fire raged through the overcrowded prison in Honduras, killing more than 350 inmates, many of them trapped and screaming inside their cells. It was one of the world's worst prison fires and was apparently started by one of the inmates late on Tuesday night at the jail. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (HONDURAS - Tags: DISASTER) 
USA-PROTESTERS/NEWYORK
RTR2U5B8 
November 17, 2011 
An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator, wearing a mask and holding up a musical instrument called a matraca,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
An Occupy Wall Street demonstrators gather with student activist groups at Union Square during what protest... 
An Occupy Wall Street demonstrator, wearing a mask and holding up a musical instrument called a matraca, gathers with student activist groups at Union Square during what protest organizers called a "Day of Action" in New York November 17, 2011. New York police prevented protesters from shutting down Wall Street on Thursday, arresting at least 177 people in repeated clashes with an Occupy Wall Street rally that drew fewer demonstrators than expected. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2KNKZ 
March 31, 2011 
A worker varnishes the organ inside the Great Hall of the Methodist Central Hall in London March 31,... 
London, United Kingdom 
A worker varnishes the organ inside the Great Hall of the Methodist Central Hall in London 
A worker varnishes the organ inside the Great Hall of the Methodist Central Hall in London March 31, 2011. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2K8P3 
March 22, 2011 
Musician Michael Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The... 
Vienna, Austria 
Musician Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna 
Musician Michael Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in 1642, is the oldest baroque organ in Vienna and was recently restored for 1.15 million euros ($ 1.64 million). The first concert with this musical instrument is due on March 26, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION ENTERTAINMENT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2K8P2 
March 22, 2011 
Musician Michael Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The... 
Vienna, Austria 
Musician Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna 
Musician Michael Lessky plays the Woeckherl organ in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in 1642, is the oldest baroque organ in Vienna and was recently restored for 1.15 million euros ($ 1.64 million). The first concert with this musical instrument is due on March 26, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION ENTERTAINMENT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2K8OW 
March 22, 2011 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in... 
Vienna, Austria 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in 1642, is the oldest baroque organ in Vienna and was recently restored for 1.15 million euros ($ 1.64 million). The first concert with this musical instrument is due on March 26, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION ENTERTAINMENT) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR2K8OT 
March 22, 2011 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in... 
Vienna, Austria 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna 
The Woeckherl organ is seen in Franziskaner church in Vienna, March 22, 2011. The pipe organ, built in 1642, is the oldest baroque organ in Vienna and was recently restored for 1.15 million euros ($ 1.64 million). The first concert with this musical instrument is due on March 26, 2011. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: RELIGION ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN-ROYAL/WEDDING
RTXUYPO 
November 23, 2010 
Organ pipes are seen at Westminster Abbey in London November 23, 2010. Britain's Prince William is to... 
London, United Kingdom 
Organ pipes are seen at Westminster Abbey in London 
Organ pipes are seen at Westminster Abbey in London November 23, 2010. Britain's Prince William is to marry his fiancee Kate Middleton on Friday, April 29 next year at London's Westminster Abbey, his office said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION ROYALS SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT) 
CANADA/
RTXU1BB 
October 31, 2010 
Revelers plays a drum in the rain beside a burning skull during the annual Parade of Lost Souls on the... 
Vancouver, Canada 
Halloween revelers take part in the annual Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver 
Revelers plays a drum in the rain beside a burning skull during the annual Parade of Lost Souls on the eve of Halloween in Vancouver, British Columbia October 30, 2010. The parade is held each year in the city's east end. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
VIETNAM/
RTXTSTV 
October 24, 2010 
Nguyen Thi An, a 13 year old girl suffering from chronic skin illness, plays with a donated toy in the... 
Van Mon, Vietnam 
Nguyen Thi An plays with a donated toy in the isolated village of Van Mon 
Nguyen Thi An, a 13 year old girl suffering from chronic skin illness, plays with a donated toy in the isolated village of Van Mon, south of Hanoi October 24, 2010. Parents left Nguyen Thi An and her brother two years ago to live with lepers in Van Mon. More than 600 lepers and recovered lepers live their lives with the government's support in the isolated village founded by French Catholic priests 110 years ago. Leprosy, or Hansen's disease, is caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium leprae. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (VIETNAM - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
POLAND/
RTXSIYJ 
September 22, 2010 
Members of the police force play musical instruments as they take part in a march through central Warsaw... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Members of the police force play musical instruments as they take part in a march through central Warsaw... 
Members of the police force play musical instruments as they take part in a march through central Warsaw in a protest organized by the Solidarity trade union demanding salary hikes, September 22, 2010. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
SOCCER-WORLD
RTR2FJUT 
June 22, 2010 
Greece fans pose ahead of a 2010 World Cup Group B soccer match against Argentina at Peter Mokaba stadium... 
POLOKWANE, South Africa 
Greece fans pose ahead of a 2010 World Cup Group B soccer match against Argentina in Polokwane 
Greece fans pose ahead of a 2010 World Cup Group B soccer match against Argentina at Peter Mokaba stadium in Polokwane June 22, 2010. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP) 
PORTUGAL/
RTXS0TK 
December 20, 2009 
Music technician Dinarte Machado fine-tunes one of the six organs at Mafra monastery 40km (24.8 miles)... 
Mafra, Portugal 
Music technician Dinarte Machado fine-tunes one of the six organs at Mafra monastery 40km north of Lisbon... 
Music technician Dinarte Machado fine-tunes one of the six organs at Mafra monastery 40km (24.8 miles) north of Lisbon December 18, 2009. The six organs of the Mafra monastery, which were constructed in 1835, were played for the first time to the public in preparation for an inaugural concert in May 2010. Picture taken 18 December. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
MEXICO/
RTR272Y4 
August 25, 2009 
A traditional organillero (organ player) performs as pedestrians walk past in Mexico's city main square,... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A traditional organillero performs in Mexico's city main square 
A traditional organillero (organ player) performs as pedestrians walk past in Mexico's city main square, August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (MEXICO SOCIETY) 
JAPAN/
RTR26RLQ 
August 16, 2009 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama, near Tokyo, August... 
Yokohama, Japan 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama, near Tokyo, August 16, 2009. The band named Zoorasian Brass aims to increase interest in classic music amongst children, organizer said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT) 
JAPAN/
RTR26RLP 
August 16, 2009 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama, near Tokyo, August... 
Yokohama, Japan 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama, near Tokyo, August 16, 2009. The band named Zoorasian Brass aims to increase interest in classic music amongst children, organizer said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT) 
JAPAN/
RTR26RLD 
August 16, 2009 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform during their rehearsal at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama,... 
Yokohama, Japan 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama 
Professional musicians wearing animal masks perform during their rehearsal at the Zoorasia zoo in Yokohama, near Tokyo, August 16, 2009. The band named Zoorasian Brass aims to increase interest in classic music amongst children, organizer said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN ANIMALS ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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) 
USA/
RTR25QYA 
July 18, 2009 
Technician Peter Batchelder, an organist from New York City, works on some of the pipes in the Orchestral... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
Pipes of the Wanamaker Grand Court Pipe Organ in Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia 
Technician Peter Batchelder, an organist from New York City, works on some of the pipes in the Orchestral String division in a chamber of the world's largest playable pipe organ located overlooking the Grand Court in the Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania October 28, 2008. The various chambers in the organ, which weighs 287 tons, have 28,482 pipes (ranging from only an inch long to 32 feet) in 461 ranks of pipes. It has been played every business day since John Wanamaker's new department store opened in 1911. Picture taken October 28, 2009. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES SOCIETY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT) 
USA/
RTR25QZP 
July 17, 2009 
Played every business day since John Wanamaker opened his new department store in 1911, the world's largest... 
Philadelphia, UNITED STATES 
The Wanamaker Grand Court Pipe Organ facade in Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia 
Played every business day since John Wanamaker opened his new department store in 1911, the world's largest playable pipe organ's golden facade of non-working pipes was designed by Chicago World's Fair and store architect Daniel H. Burnham and is located in what is now the Macy's Center City Store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 15, 2009. The organ, weighing 287 tons, with a 2.5 ton keydesk and with 28,482 pipes in numerous chambers rises up seven stories above the store's Grand Court, and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine (UNITED STATES SOCIETY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT) 
URUGUAY/
RTXC4WS 
February 27, 2009 
A musician plays the cello for tourists during a night visit organized by the mayoralty in Montevideo's... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Musician plays cello for tourists during night visit in Montevideo's Central graveyard 
A musician plays the cello for tourists during a night visit organized by the mayoralty in Montevideo's Central graveyard, the oldest in the city, February 26, 2009. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY) 
JORDAN/
RTXBQC1 
February 17, 2009 
A female member of a Jordanian police band performs during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's... 
Amman, Jordan 
A female member of a Jordanian police band performs during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's... 
A female member of a Jordanian police band performs during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's birthday at a police academy near Amman February 17, 2009. In a male dominated country, authorities have opted to recruit more women to work in police forces, with some organizing traffic in busy streets of the capital and others joining counter terrorism forces. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
JORDAN
RTXBQBU 
February 17, 2009 
Female members of a Jordanian police band perform during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's... 
Amman, Jordan 
Female members of a Jordanian police band perform during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's... 
Female members of a Jordanian police band perform during a ceremony to celebrate Jordan's King Abdullah's birthday at a police academy near Amman February 17, 2009. In a male dominated country, authorities have opted to recruit more women to work in police forces, with some organizing traffic in busy streets of the capital and others joining counter terrorism forces. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji (JORDAN) 
SINGAPORE/
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January 09, 2009 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview of Wilson Shieh's "Music Families," organized by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) in Singapore January 9, 2009. Kitamura was hired to take Shieh's traditional Chinese gongbi-styled artwork, inspired by Japanese Ukiyo-e works, and translate it into Ukiyo-e woodblock carvings for print. Shieh's artwork, portrayals of human figures as delicate instruments of music, also underline Ukiyo-e's historical associations with sensuality, according to the event organizer. The exhibition runs from January 10 to 31. REUTERS/Rina Ota (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
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January 09, 2009 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview of Wilson Shieh's "Music Families," organized by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) in Singapore January 9, 2009. Kitamura was hired to take Shieh's traditional Chinese gongbi-styled artwork, inspired by Japanese Ukiyo-e works, and translate it into Ukiyo-e woodblock carvings for print. Shieh's artwork, portrayals of human figures as delicate instruments of music, also underline Ukiyo-e's historical associations with sensuality, according to the event organizer. The exhibition runs from January 10 to 31. REUTERS/Rina Ota (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
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January 09, 2009 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview... 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura is seen working during the media-only preview of Wilson Shieh's "Music Families," organized by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) in Singapore January 9, 2009. Kitamura was hired to take Shieh's traditional Chinese gongbi-styled artwork, inspired by Japanese Ukiyo-e works, and translate it into Ukiyo-e woodblock carvings for print. Shieh's artwork, portrayals of human figures as delicate instruments of music, also underline Ukiyo-e's historical associations with sensuality, according to the event organizer. The exhibition runs from January 10 to 31. REUTERS/Rina Ota (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR23799 
January 09, 2009 
Hong Kong's contemporary artist Wilson Shieh and Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Hong Kong's contemporary artist Shieh and Japanese master Ukiyo-e carver Kitamura talk during the media-only... 
Hong Kong's contemporary artist Wilson Shieh and Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura (R) talk in front of Shieh's artwork during the media-only preview of Shieh's "Music Families," organized by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) in Singapore January 9, 2009. Kitamura was hired to take Shieh's traditional Chinese gongbi-styled artwork, inspired by Japanese Ukiyo-e works, and translate it into Ukiyo-e woodblock carvings for print. Shieh's artwork, portrayals of human figures as delicate instruments of music, also underline Ukiyo-e's historical associations with sensuality, according to the event organizer. The exhibition runs from January 10 to 31. REUTERS/Rina Ota (SINGAPORE) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR23796 
January 09, 2009 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura (L) and Hong Kong's contemporary artist Wilson... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e carver Kitamura and Hong Kong's contemporary artist Shieh pose during the media-only... 
Japanese master Ukiyo-e (woodblock) carver Shoichi Kitamura (L) and Hong Kong's contemporary artist Wilson Shieh pose during the media-only preview of Shieh's "Music Families," organized by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI) in Singapore January 9, 2009. Kitamura was hired to take Shieh's traditional Chinese gongbi-styled artwork, inspired by Japanese Ukiyo-e works, and translate it into Ukiyo-e woodblock carvings for print. Shieh's artwork, portrayals of human figures as delicate instruments of music, also underline Ukiyo-e's historical associations with sensuality, according to the event organizer. The exhibition runs from January 10 to 31. REUTERS/Rina Ota (SINGAPORE) 
NEPAL
RTX8Z5U 
September 27, 2008 
Boys pose for a picture with a traditional drum during a tourist festival in Kathmandu organized to celebrate... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Boys pose with traditional drum during tourist festival in Kathmandu organized to celebrate World Tourism... 
Boys pose for a picture with a traditional drum during a tourist festival in Kathmandu organized to celebrate World Tourism Day September 27, 2008. REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha (NEPAL) 
JAPAN/
RTX73VL 
June 19, 2008 
Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy's employee Shimon Hirabayashi demonstrates the company's "Air Guitar Pro",... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japanese toy maker Takara Tomy's employee demonstrates the company's Air Guitar Pro at International... 
Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy's employee Shimon Hirabayashi demonstrates the company's "Air Guitar Pro", which uses infrared ray instead of traditional strings, at the International Tokyo Toy Show in Tokyo June 19, 2008. About 3,600 items offered by a total of 134 companies and organizations are being displayed at the show which will be held until June 22. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN) 
BRITAIN/
RTX6EUW 
June 01, 2008 
British musician Paul McCartney performs at the Liverpool Sound concert at Anfield stadium in Liverpool,... 
Liverpool, United Kingdom 
British musician McCartney performs at the Liverpool Sound concert at Anfield stadium in Liverpool 
British musician Paul McCartney performs at the Liverpool Sound concert at Anfield stadium in Liverpool, northern England, June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) 
GERMANY-NAZI/CHURCH
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May 23, 2008 
The organ first played at the Nuremberg Nazi party rally of 1935 before it was installed, is pictured... 
Berlin, Germany 
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The organ first played at the Nuremberg Nazi party rally of 1935 before it was installed, is pictured in a Protestant church built in the mid-1930s to glorify Hitler's Third Reich in southern Berlin, May 22, 2008. From the entrance hall chandelier shaped like an iron cross military medal to the wooden carving of a Wehrmacht soldier on the pulpit standing on the right hand side of Jesus, the atmosphere is heavy with reminders of Hitler's rule. The run down place of worship, a unique example of the Protestant Church's adoption of Nazi propaganda, with furnishings rich in symbolism favoured by the dictatorship, is hoping for a new lease of life as a memorial against Nazi oppression. TO ACCOMPANY STORY GERMANY-NAZI/CHURCH
REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
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January 18, 2008 
Alpenhorn blowers play their alpine horns at the Swiss booth during the opening tour of the 'Internationale... 
Berlin, Germany 
Alpenhorn blower play their alpine horns at the Swiss booth during International Green Week fair in Berlin... 
Alpenhorn blowers play their alpine horns at the Swiss booth during the opening tour of the 'Internationale Gruene Woche/International Green Week (IGW)' fair in Berlin January 18, 2008. The IGW is an international exhibition for the food, agricultural, and horticultural industries. Established in 1926, it will take place for the 73rd time from January 18 to 27, 2008. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY) 
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November 02, 2007 
Musicians play their harps during a presentation to inaugurate the First International Harp Festival... 
Asuncion, Paraguay 
Musicians play their harps during a presentation to inaugurate the First International Harp Festival... 
Musicians play their harps during a presentation to inaugurate the First International Harp Festival to be organized by the Asuncion City Hall, in front of the Carlos Antonio Lopez train station November 2, 2007. Musicians from Paraguay, France and Mexico will participate in two days of concerts. REUTERS/Jorge Adorno (PARAGUAY) 
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