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عزيزاني که   مايل به    همکاري در بخش ترجمه هستند ميتوانند آثار خود   را همراه با    توضيحات (مانند ترجمه‌هايي که اکنون روي سايت هست)  براي  ما   ارسال کنند،    که   در    صورت    احراز استاندارهاي   سايت    با     نام خودشان روي  سايت    گذاشته مي‌شود.
در   بخش   ترجمه   نيز    همانطور که واقف  هستيد  يک   اثر   هنري به تعداد مخاطب  مي‌تواند مفهوم و معنا     داشته    باشد،    پس   در ترجمه سعي شده  از  ترجمه   آزاد استفاده  نشود  و  حق  انتخاب در   اختيار    مخاطب   قرار   گيرد گرچه توضيحات   لازم   هم   در کنار ترجمه ارائه شده است.
07/17/2014
گروه بلک سبث کار خود را از سال 1968 آغاز کرد
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عزيزان و علاقه‌مندان به شرکت در بحث‌هاي مربوط به اين صفحه از وب سايت، خواشمند است که در کمال ادب و احترام به ابراز عقايد خود بپردازيد و از توهين به يکديگر و يا تمجيد بي مورد بپرهيزيد و به ارتقاء سطح مطالب کمک کنيد.

زيرا با توجه به عدم توانايي ذهني مردم يک سري از کشورها در استفاده از اينترنت گهگاه به موارد اين‌چنيني بر مي‌خوريم، که البته نظراتي که در آنها به هر چيزي توهين شده باشد، بي درنگ  پاک مي‌شوند.

با تشکر از همکاري شما. 

Acoustic guitar

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keyboard

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drums

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percussion

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mandolin

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bass guitar

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clarinet

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dobro

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banjo

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slide guitar

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pedal steel guitar

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bagpipes

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talk box

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wah wah pedal

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organ

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ukulele

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synthesiser

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xylophone

The xylophone is a musical instrument in the percussion family that consists of wooden bars struck by mallets. Each bar is an idiophone tuned to a pitch of a musical scale, whether pentatonic or heptatonic in the case of many African and Asian instruments, diatonic in many western children's instruments, or chromatic for orchestral use...read more

cello

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violin

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trumpet

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trombone

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Hammond organ

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vibraphone

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saxophone

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accordion

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tambourine

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harmonica

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Appalachian dulcimer

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autoharp

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transverse flute

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piccolo

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pan flute

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hurdy gurdy

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sitar

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maracas

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electric guitar

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Shakuhachi

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balalaika

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“Music is the one incorporeal entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend.”
It's easy to play any musical instrument; all you have to do is touch the right key at the right time and the instrument will play itself.  
-Johann Sebastian Bach



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