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Things Not to Miss


My trip to Budapest did involve a partially disassembled cimbalom (of the "Hungarian" type). But that's nothing compared to the museum that Dumneazu mentioned while I was gone:
There can be too much of a good thing, you know. Witness Pete Rushevsky's collection of tsimbls - small cimbaloms of east Europe, located in his rather tiny flat on Manhatten's upper west side. Magyar cimbaloms, Ukrainian and Belorussian tsymbalys, Romanian tambal mic, if it's stringed and you hammer it, and it fits in a Volkswagen, Pete has somehow acquired it and learned to play it. (More)


And speaking of good things, free pianos are also fun for those who like to tinker with more complicated instruments.

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