Description: MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS..CLOSE UPS OF HANDS PLAYING INSTRUMENTS & DOING ARTISTIC ACTIVITIES, WITH RANDOM SHOTS OF WEIRD GUYS AT END; INT black background, CU pair of woman's hands moving up & down in fluid motion. Same w/ forearms more visible ;INT same, CU magician puppet & fox puppet, fox bites magician's wand. Same w/fox talking more than first time before biting; INT same, CU hand weaving on loom. CU hands typing on old Underwood typewriter w/tilt-u to paper being typed on (2 takes); INT same, w/color bars in BG & hand w/paintbrush in FG. Same w/black BG dipping brush in black ink & writing in Japanese (3 takes); INT same, CU hand doing charcoal sketch of woman's face. MS of same. Angled CU hands playing guitar w/chords in FG (rack focus); INT same, CU hand smearing color paints on canvas. MS man's hand painting w/ watercolors. CU woman's hands molding ball of clay; INT same, CU hand carving clay sculpture of woman's face. CU tackle box filled w/make-up & 2 pairs of hands using make-up (2x); INT same, CU pair of hands juggling 2 oranges & a lime. CU hand fingering a sax w/tilt-d to other hand. Same idea w/tilt-u instead; INT same, pair of hands conducting w/conductor's wand. CU trombone bell w/ pair of hands behind playing it (2 takes); INT same, WS row of standing people applauding, lady in front turns towards camera & does sign language (thumbs up, etc) (4 takes); INT same, CU hand playing piano. High CU of pair of hands playing piano w/reversed white & black colors; INT same, CU chest of piano player w/pan-r to hands playing piano (2 takes). FS hands playing piano w/tilt-u to high shot of hands; INT studio, CU man staring zombie-like into camera w/tilt-u to smiling man by piano & p-out to FS as 1st guy collapses off chair; INT studio, CU man eating Hostess pastry & exaggerating chewing. ECU man's eyes looking wildly into camera; NOTE: SHOTS CANNOT BE SOLD TO SPOKANE, WAMARKET
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