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sound of strumming

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sound the strings of (a string instrument)

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and, without further ado, the polka-dotted, tiara-donned driver yanks the ukulele from under the car seat and strums the Five Satin's melody of, "In the still of night, I held you, held you tight .
She said: "I only know about three chords but I just like to strum it because I know Paul McCartney has strummed it before me.
color) Alessandro Alessandroni whistles and strums his guitar at the newly opened Sergio Leone exhibit.
SHOCK: Bush views scene from air; STRUM GAFFE: Bush with Wills
Garrin Benfield, Where Joy Kills Sorrow (September 28): Benfield's known for taut roots-rock strums, but this latest recording takes a foray into lush guitar lines and string arrangements.
Jessie Vaz strums the guitar at the Antelope Valley Allied Arts Association Christmas potluck Friday at the Cedar Centre.
Developed by Yamaha programmers who specialize in music and sound formats, the files are programmed to provide the best quality of sound for mobile phones, as well as the strums, twangs and signature dynamics that make rock music special.
Longtime band-mate Jimmy Ryan lends a nimble mandolin, plucking puckishly on some cuts, adding aggrieved, reverberating strums to others.
Harrison's widow Olivia was one of ``Concert for George's'' producers, and his spitting-image son Dhani strums throughout the show.
2 -- 3) Above, Lee Schroder wears a leggy spider cap and strums his zydeco tie as he dances.
But Ferrick's a resourceful alley cat of a performer, and the angst she suffers seeps alluringly into her croaky, staccato vocals and percussive acoustic guitar strums.
The consumer then cradles the VPick in his or her hand and simply strums it against any solid surface -- such as a tennis racket, tabletop, broom, baseball bat, or even a belt buckle
The Canadian strums his guitar and sings a Rolling Stones classic for the audience:
Eddie Vedder, fighting a cold, gamely strums his guitar during Pearl Jam's concert Tuesday at the Greek Theatre.
I like the noise, like when the person strums it, it sounds really relaxing.