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8 Replies to “ (Tenor Recorder, Two Bass Viols, Drum) - Calliope (9) - Dances (A Renaissance Revel) (CD) ”

  1. In fact, drumlines typically consist of multiple tom-toms performed on by a single drummer, and the result is a colorful performance that acts as the mid-voice between the higher-pitched snare and the lower-pitched bass. These days you'll discover a wide range of marching tenor drums available in a .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of In Order To Dance 6 - Drum 'N' Bass on Discogs.
  3. Ref. Joconde Website (). Around a table, a couple and their children play guitar, violin, viol and duct flute. A woman plays a guitar, a man (possibly her husband) plays a violin; between them are two young children one of whom holds a baroque recorder of soprano or alto size with a bulbous beak; to the bottom right lies a bass viol.
  4. The Lute Appendix ii A list of recordings consulted for my series of articles The Lute. This is a work in progress, and I will be adding to it regularly through the process of developing the series. Many of these recordings include detailed and illuminating liner notes as well, and most of the recordings on this list.
  5. Sonata for Alto Recorder and Bass Recorder, Op (Beatty, Stephen W.) Sonata for Soprano Recorder and Bass Recorder, Op (Beatty, Stephen W.) Sonata for Soprano Recorder and Tenor Recorder, Op (Beatty, Stephen W.) Sonata for Two Recorders in F major, H (Purcell, Daniel) 6 Sonatas for 2 Recorders (Courteville, Raphael).
  6. Tenor/Bass Drum Originally from Toronto, Canada, Andrew Elliott now lives in Houston, Texas, where he teaches drumming at the Saint Thomas’ Episcopal School. As a member of the Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band, Andrew has won every RSPBA major title, including 4 World Pipe Band Championships and 1 Best Drum Corps title since joining the.
  7. Hurley-Phantom Phrenzy (Tenor Solo) arr. Hansen-Quads. Lee Hansen's Tenor Drum arrangement of Phantom Phrenzy was originally one of Marty Hurley's solos from his time as the percusson caption head of Phantom Regiment Drum an.
  8. Tenor drum, cylindrical drum larger and deeper toned than the closely related snare drum and lacking snares. It is usually about 18 inches (45 cm) in diameter and 14 inches (35 cm) in height and is normally beaten with two soft-headed sticks. The heads are tensioned by rope lacings or metal rods.

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