Percussion family,group 6

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Percussion family,group 6

GROUP 6

PERCUSSION

Xylophone

Consist of thin, normally round plates of various alloysShaped like a disc

Tuned keys arranged in the fashion of the keyboard of a piano.Consist of metal plates or tube

The Timpani,also know as kettle drum,are usually made of copper or brass.A hole is pierced at the bottom of the shell to avoid air concussion splitting the head in loud passages.

Frame is often wood or plastic. Consist of pairs of small metal jingles, called 'zils'

Unpitched percussion instrumentThe most prominent drum in most marching and stage bands

Consist of wooden barsStruck by mallets

Glockenspiel

Tambourine

Cymbals

Timpani

Snare drum

Triangle

Bass drum

Triangle, percussion instrument consisting of a steel rod bent into a triangle with one corner left open. It is suspended by a gut or nylon loop and struck with a steel

Bass drum, percussion instrument, the largest and deepest-sounding member of the drum family, usually played with a pair of large felt-headed sticks, or beaters.


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