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An orchestra with a difference

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Most of the world's orchestras are comprised of up to a hundred musicians, including sections of string, brass, woodwind, and percussion.

The Spaghetti Western Orchestra though are a little different. For a start there are only five of them, and they've toured the world playing a variety of instruments including asthma inhalers, rubber bands, tree branches, rubber gloves and even a box of cornflakes.

Lucy Hockings was treated to a front row performance in the studio.

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