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Perc Tech

percussion instruments

Marktree suspended cymbal mount
Granite box <p>rubber</p> <p>plastic, hard or soft</p> <p>hard yarn, cord</p> <p>drum sticks are okay</p>
Temple blocks <p>hard or soft plastic</p> <p>hard yarn, cord</p> <p>rubber</p> <p>drum sticks, NOT OKAY</p>
Bell tree <p>Brass, metal mallet</p> <p>down motion, "shhhinnnggg"</p>
Wood blocks <p>hard or soft plastic</p> <p>rubber</p> <p>yarn or cord</p> <p> </p>
Types of Suspended Cymbals <p>ride</p> <p>crash</p> <p>sizzle</p> <p>splash</p> <p>china</p> <p>suspended</p> <p> </p>
Tuning the snare drum use the tension rods
Bass drum playing Where should you play on the snare drum Playing Spot: Halfway between the center and edge of the drum Strike: Direct horizontal towards the middle
Playing the cymbals right hand remains stationary, left hand strikes in an upward motion
Timpani Ranges 32"- Mid: f-f#; R: C-A 29"-Mid: A; R: F-C 26"- Mid: D;R: Bb-F 23"- Mid: f-f#; R:F-A 20"- Mid: A; R: F-C
Crotales/Antique cymbals Hard or soft plastic no brass!
Tam Tam Tam Tam Brass Beater
Thai Nipple Gongs Marimba Mallets
Xylophone Hard or Soft Plastic 3.5-4.0 Octaves
Vibraphone Cord with rattan shaft, 3.0 octaves
Marimba yarn, or cord mallets with birch or rattan shaft,4.3,4.5,5.0 octaves
Glockenspiel Brass, Plastic Mallets, Needs Stand, 2.5 octaves
Chimes raw hide, plastic hammers, 1.5 octaves
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