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Hand claps are the most infectious way to make a good song fantastic. If there was a book that listed, alphabetically by artist, every recorded song with the sounds of clapping hands in it, fans of this particular effect (there are plenty!) could search out and discover new music. The book could be
updated each year to include new songs. There could be contests sponsored by the publishers that awarded artists who best utilised the hand clap. Same thing could be done for the infamous 'cow-bell'.
Music Genome Project
A site that uses the database of the Music Mapping (Genome) Project to help listeners find new music. [Georges, Dec 27 2006]
Steve Reich's Clapping Music
This should be on page one regardless of any index [xenzag, Dec 27 2006]
[jonthegeologist, Dec 27 2006]
haven't tried it - but it looks interesting [xenzag, Dec 28 2006]
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||*book* don't you just love that word.
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||Are there existing databases tagging musical tracks by the instruments played in them? If so, this would belong in there, methinks.
||I can't [mfd] this one since I strongly
suspect it's not widely known. However,
the cowbell database already exists (see
link - made popular via US TV somewhere)
and the clapdatabase is an echo
||//instruments played // is a hand an instrument?
||We will, we will, rock you!
||"Sinner Man", Nina Simone
||They're coming to take me away, ha ha hee hee ho ho.