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Will Bill play a tune on a school band-member’s glockenspiel during a late blowout?
Youngman and Renner are band mates of Andrew Roti (bass), Colin Oakely (drums), Nathaniel Hood (keyboards), Matt Corken (electric guitar, lap steel) and Glenn Dantam (saxophone, acoustic guitar, glockenspiel, etc.).
The organ can replicate hundreds of instruments and sounds, from xylophone and glockenspiel to bird whistles and sand blocks.
Michael Culligan, associate principal precussionist for CSO, plays several instruments for the orchestra: bass drums, snare drums, cymbals, tambourines, the glockenspiel and the xylophone.
Even the glockenspiel gets to play the familiar theme.
The original orchestrations are preserved, save for the substitution of glockenspiel for vibes and the replacement of Hammond organ with electronic keyboard.
Getting music from a glockenspiel looks deceptively easy.
Horns added subtext to violin lines, then led a heroic brass, while the glockenspiel and flute gilded the orchestration.
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Origin and Etymology of glockenspiel
First Known Use: circa 1825See Words from the same year
GLOCKENSPIEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glockenspiel for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that has a line of flat metal bars of different sizes that are hit with two special sticks
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