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USPRwire, Tue Feb 02 2016] Percussion instruments are musical instruments that produce sound due to vibrations.
18 ( ANI ): The Vayali Folklore Troupe enthralled an audience here by performing near-extinct original folk songs on handmade bamboo percussion instruments.
The Munich Percussion Ensemble, founded and led by Egyptian conductor Adel Shalaby, brings a variety of percussion instruments to the forefront of classical music and uses them to bring unique interpretations of classical, Arabic, jazz, and other genres of music to their audiences.
Now he plays the full range of percussion instruments including melodic ones such as the marimba and xylophone.
The record of playing a percussion instrument non-stop for 301 hours belongs to Kujhalmannan G Ramkrishnana of Kerala, who played Mridang (another traditional south Indian instrument).
The introduction of percussion instruments into the British military definitively altered its music.
Today, the company houses an entire arsenal of everything percussive under the sun, from drumheads to drums, from world percussion instruments to healing rhythms, from kid's percussion to drum circles facilitators and recreational music centers.
It features steel legs that can be hit and act as a percussion instrument and wooden wings that double as a xylophone.
Terry's hambone slapping style, a technique in which he uses his body as a percussion instrument, was delightful.
The sound emitted by a percussion instrument is the heart beat of most rhythms as well as an exotic condiment of other musical forms.
In 1998, the percussion instrument company called Gon Bops of California was forced to close its doors.
In the Western Hemisphere, the bongo emerged in the island of Cuba around 1900 as the principal percussion instrument of the musical genre called "son" (early rural music from the Oriente province of eastern Cuba).