Percussion

  • (noun): The act of playing a percussion instrument.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on percussion:

Cursive (band) - Band Members
... backing vocals Ted Stevens – guitars, backing vocals Cully Symington – drums, percussion Touring Patrick Newbery – trumpet, percussion, organ, piano, mini moog ...
Ethan Johns - Selected Production Credits - As Musician
... Of Justice "Exodus Tour" - (1992) Electric and acoustic guitar, drums, percussion, and mandocello on Crosby, Stills and Nash's After the Storm - (1994) Drums on Joe Satriani - Joe Satriani "Lumi ...
Live At Wolf Trap - Personnel
... The Doobie Brothers Michael Hossack - drums, percussion Tom Johnston - guitars, vocals Keith Knudsen - drums, percussion, vocals John McFee - guitars, dobro, pedal ... Gordy - percussion Marvin McFadden - trumpet Mic Gillette - trombone, trumpet ...
Percussion Ensemble
... A percussion ensemble is a musical ensemble consisting of only percussion instruments ... Percussion ensembles are most commonly found at conservatories, though some professional groups, such as Nexus and So Percussion exist ... and groups who regularly meet for drum circles are both other forms of the percussion ensemble ...
Dead Can Dance (1981–1998) - Personnel
... Tony Ayres – Tympani John Bonnar – Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Vocals, Viol Charlie Bouis – Assistant Engineer Pieter Bourke – Percussion ... Perry – Bouzouki, Percussion, Woodwind, Uilleann pipes James Pinker – Percussion, Tympani Renaud Pion – Turkish Clarinet John A ... Robinson – Violin Emlyn Singleton – Violin John Singleton – Trombone Peter Ulrich – Percussion, Drums, Tympani, Drums (Snare) Ruth Watson ...

More definitions of "percussion":

  • (noun): Tapping a part of the body for diagnostic purposes.
    Synonyms: pleximetry
  • (noun): The act of exploding a percussion cap.

Famous quotes containing the word percussion:

    We got our new rifled muskets this morning. They are mostly old muskets, many of them used, altered from flint-lock to percussion ... but the power of the gun was fully as great as represented. The ball at one-fourth mile passed through the largest rails; at one-half mile almost the same.... I think it an excellent arm.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)