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Kokomo Detox Smoothie: * 1 banana * 1 cup of pineapple * 1 cup of coconut water (Vita Coco Pineapple flavor is recommended. Vita Coco is 100% pure and NOT from concentrate – you can taste the difference) * 2 cups of greens (baby kale, spinach, and red chard are all good options, or grab a mix of all three! Earthbound Farms makes an awesome “Power Greens” mix featuring all three.)

Kokomo Detox Smoothie: * 1 banana * 1 cup of pineapple * 1 cup of coconut water (Vita Coco Pineapple flavor is recommended. Vita Coco is 100% pure and NOT from concentrate – you can taste the difference) * 2 cups of greens (baby kale, spinach, and red chard are all good options, or grab a mix of all three! Earthbound Farms makes an awesome “Power Greens” mix featuring all three.)

Intro to Classical Piano Music Styles [Infographic] http://takelessons.com/blog/classical-piano-music-styles-z06?utm_source=Social&utm_medium=Blog&utm_campaign=Pinterest

Intro to Classical Piano Music Styles [Infographic] http://takelessons.com/blog/classical-piano-music-styles-z06?utm_source=Social&utm_medium=Blog&utm_campaign=Pinterest

Sgra-Snyan Date: 14th–16th century Geography: Tibet Medium: Wood, skin Dimensions: L. 109 cm (43 in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute

Sgra-Snyan Date: 14th–16th century Geography: Tibet Medium: Wood, skin Dimensions: L. 109 cm (43 in.) Classification: Chordophone-Lute

Rebaba; A stick fiddle, played vertically with a bow. Part of the oud family, typically has 2 or 3 strings. There are two basic types of rebaba: wooden fiddles with pear-shaped bodies, and spiked fiddles, named for the spike on the bottom of the instrument on which it stands while being played. Spiked rebabs typically have no frets, but instead, the fingers of your left hand become movable bridges. These instruments complement the melodic line by creating a dialogue with the singers.

Rebaba; A stick fiddle, played vertically with a bow. Part of the oud family, typically has 2 or 3 strings. There are two basic types of rebaba: wooden fiddles with pear-shaped bodies, and spiked fiddles, named for the spike on the bottom of the instrument on which it stands while being played. Spiked rebabs typically have no frets, but instead, the fingers of your left hand become movable bridges. These instruments complement the melodic line by creating a dialogue with the singers.