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Essay heading: A modern symphony : S & M
 
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Kamens orchestra consisted of Violins,Violas,Cellos, Bass, Flutes, Oboes, Clarients, Bassons, Horns, Trumpets, and Trombones. Other instruments included the Tuba, Harp Timpani, Keyboard and of course percussion. Metallica has four musicians, two guitarists, a drummer and a bassist. The lead guitarist is also the lead vocalist...
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The lead guitarist is also the lead vocalist. On the insert of the C.D. sleeve S&M, Michael Kamen wrote about "conducting a conversation between two different worlds that share the same language". Like the composers Hector Berlioz, and Ludwig Van Beethoven, Kamen experienced life through music and spoke of life's journeys in symphony (Lang 131...
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