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Owner Gus Guastamachio said the store provides drums, cymbals, drum and percussion accessories, marimbas, timpani, and electronic drums, and teaches drums and percussion in the studios.
Poets Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder led Hindu chants to the bouncing rhythm of finger cymbals.
Onstage were four timpani, a bass drum, snare drum, side drum, a large gong, cymbals, xylophone, castanets, vibraphone, glockenspiel, woodblock, whip-crack and triangle.
The drums, played by Brian DiCrescenzo (who has since left the band), are loose and improvisatory, the wash of cymbals near-constant.
Noyes Storybook Parade Children and adults are encouraged to bring a musical instrument, such as drums, triangles or cymbals, and dress as a favorite storybook character to march in the parade.
The team has a right to think so, one supposes, but even that contract - which was rolled out with flourishes and the crash of cymbals - is a bit of a bait-and-switch.
For some, clearly, hope bubbled anew with each big clash of the cymbals.
There was overwhelming joy on Sunday at the Coptic Church service, where silver cymbals played a beat during communion and the smiling bishop sprinkled holy water at the back pews.
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