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Onstage were four timpani, a bass drum, snare drum, side drum, a large gong, cymbals, xylophone, castanets, vibraphone, glockenspiel, woodblock, whip-crack and triangle.
That year's Alewives Festival featured 23 Milwaukee-area jazz groups, and vibraphone master Gary Burton opened the festival with another midnight concert.
Mr. Wolf, a multi-instrumentalist who focuses on the vibraphone, strikes a comfortable balance between stately precision and trenchant swing.
The ballad is an ideal vehicle for the vibraphone’s shimmering sound.
Gary Burton, the foremost living jazz vibraphone player, announced last week in an interview with the Miami Herald that his current concert tour, which ends in Indianapolis on March 17, will be his last.
The husband-and-wife duo of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley’s charming indie rock twinkles like a vibraphone from a mid-century lounge act — a world apart from the ramshackle grit that cakes the rest of Denver’s rock scene.
The Fest is also bringing vibraphone great Roy Ayers to Oshman today.
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Origin and Etymology of vibraphone
Latin vibrare + International Scientific Vocabulary -phone
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
VIBRAPHONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vibraphone for English Language Learners
: an electronic musical instrument which has metal bars that you hit with small wooden hammers to play notes and which has a motor that makes the notes vibrate
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