Rolling in the deep

Rolling in the deep, played by an Chinese traditional instrument called GuZheng (Chinese Zither).

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+35 1. Geekster (admin) commented 10 years ago

There are sooooo many interesting and awkward ways of making music :)
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+30 2. kabertz commented 10 years ago

talent: asian level :)
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+19 3. Neutral commented 10 years ago

#(removed comment) yes it is possible, just like you play a guitar without a guitar picks.
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+10 4. xpeditor commented 10 years ago

The world is made up of so many interesting and talented people...never ceases to amaze me!!! :D
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+3 5. ChewableYeti commented 10 years ago

Those bits where it slides down sound pretty awesome ( 0:10, 0:14) :O
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+4 6. gunsnroses commented 10 years ago

it's amazing how many people and cultures Adele has inspired. All thanks to her X.
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+4 7. ringmaster commented 10 years ago

Nooo...! Want the entire clip!
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+4 8. loadme commented 10 years ago

there is background music, that makes it twice as attractive.
highly skilled though
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+2 9. Dennyboy commented 10 years ago

Adele has certainly made an impact on the world!
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+1 10. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

I've probably heard this instrument in some Asian movie, but it's the first time I've seen it. Looks like it requires considerable skill to play; yields great results too.