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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.
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.
Greenstein also employs surprising percussive moments — including cymbals and gong.
As visitors walk into the lobby, they're greeted by a collection of cymbals that hang from as high as three stories up.
That’s why the opinions in IRAP read like a kind of Justice Kennedy’s Greatest Groovin’ Hits album, with citations crashing like cymbals to Kennedy-esque words like dignity, history, freedom, animus, and democracy.
The pressure continues to mount, to bear down and, partly through the immense shimmer of cymbals, to expand.
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Origin and Etymology of cymbal
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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