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Musical Furnishings - drum tables

Musical Furnishings - drum tables

"The Rumba table, by the artist Tor Clausen has several modules, each with a musical instrument beneath it: you choose from tambourine, cymbals and drums of various kinds, bells and chimes. So, from the top, it looks like your average coffee table. Get a few people round it and start slapping the tabletop, and the fun begins. You can even swap the modules around."

  • Amazon.com: Zill Speak - How to Play Finger Cymbals from A(lmee) to Z(ills): Elizabeth Artemis Mourat: Music on Ownza

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  • Benji Hughes' lyrics are truthful and funny. His deep relaxed voice kind of floats under all of the cymbals and guitars of his dance-y tracks. perfect music for getting ready to go out. This cd is full of broken hearted reminiscen... Benji Hughes' lyrics are truthful and funny. His deep relaxed voice kind of floats under all of the cymbals and guitars of his dance-y tracks. perfect music for getting ready to go out. This cd is full of broken hearted reminiscence songs.

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  • Unusual, specially made effects bell cymbal for a low, piercing sound. Used for moments when the music necessitates a cutting bell effect.

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  • Refined, classic sound in cast bronze for near indestructible durability. These are some of the best hi-hats available anywhere.

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  • Thin, sweet sounding crash cymbal. A Custom delivers the clean sound needed for lighter music where the lush effects are heard right up front.

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  • Fast, splashy cymbal great for quick, clean bursts of sound. 10" gives you a slightly larger sound than some smaller models, but still light enough for a splash.

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  • Complete basic set of drum mutes for practicing, learning, or anywhere where you can't have the full blasting force of an acoustic drum kit. These stick on and peel off easily, but don't leave any gross residue on your expensive g... Complete basic set of drum mutes for practicing, learning, or anywhere where you can't have the full blasting force of an acoustic drum kit. These stick on and peel off easily, but don't leave any gross residue on your expensive gear.

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  • Heavy, loud, trashy china sound. Perfect for louder tunes where big, booming crashes are needed.

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  • The essential crash cymbal for louder, more aggressive music. Fine hammer tuned, and thick design to outlast the beating of heavy drumming.

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  • Professional cymbal pack setup, but slightly cheaper and lighter sounding than the A Custom series. Includes 14" New Beat hi hats, 16" medium thin crash, and 20" medium ride, along with a free gig bag.

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  • Zildjian's most economical line, great for beginners who don't need to drop hundreds of dollars just to get started. Includes 14" hi hats, 16" crash, and 20" ride cymbals to set up your kid right away.

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  • 4 Pack of A Custom cymbals include 14" hi hats, 16" crash, and 20" medium ride. The package also includes a free gig bag for safe storage, so you're all set to go.

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  • High quality, durable cymbal bag by one of the best in the percussion business. Fits cymbals up to 24" in the main compartment and up to 16" in the side pocket. Bag also comes with shoulder strap and drumstick holder.

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  • Tim McGraw stayed out of recording studios for nearly three years after his smash single and album Live Like You Were Dying. McGraw is a road dog and a husband to Faith Hill. The pair had a child and McGraw comes back to a style o... Tim McGraw stayed out of recording studios for nearly three years after his smash single and album Live Like You Were Dying. McGraw is a road dog and a husband to Faith Hill. The pair had a child and McGraw comes back to a style of country music he helped form in the early '90s. His backing band, the Dance Hall Doctors, is the E Street Band of country music in the 21st century. McGraw -- who, with help from Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith, produced Let It Go -- is once more willing to push the sonic formulaic envelope with a wonderfully textural array of sounds and the moods they help to underscore. (Think, if you will, Mitch Easter as a country music producer with a big road band to rein in.) In fact, the sound of the record, its varied richness, and its pluralities illustrate that this is an era in countrymusic when creatively almost anything is possible. It still comes down to songs, though, and the 13 here are all winners. The honky tonk songs are more so ("Shotgun Rider," "Whiskey and You"), the pop tunes are more on the rock & roll side of pop ("Last Dollar [Fly Away]"), and the romantic and story-songs ("I'm Workin") are so utterly, unabashedly plainspoken, they hit the listener straight in the gut. But the real shock is the psychedelic country-rock of the title cut, written by William C. Luther, Aimee Mayo, and Tom Douglas. There are multi-layered pedal steels, baroquely jangled electric guitars, and McGraw's singular vocals riding above the wall of multivalent yet melodic noise to offer a message of threadbare hope in the face of adversity. In the grain of his voice, you can hear the determination to talk and walk from the place of redemption rather than the terrain of suffering. He's singing to convince himself as much as he is the listener. "Put Your Lovin' on Me" is another one, but this one is an anthem, albeit one that pleads for relief and sustenance. There is an amazing spirituality at work in the songs that McGraw chooses here. A Hammond B-3, spiky guitars, and booming snares and cymbals play at the distortion point in this tune by Hillary Lindsey and Luke Laird, but no matter how loud and proud the music is, McGraw's insistence on delivering an unfettered, albeit desperately sincere, melody is what makes him stand apart. When he sings "Put your lovin' on me/Take this weight off me/Put your lovin' on me," he's way beyond the ledge of asking, "There's nothing here to catch me now/I'm gonna fall anyway." He has nothing to lose and expresses that. The haunting guitars and mandolin lines that introduce "Between the River and Me" offer a story-song that is tough, overblown, and full of anger, regret, and the voice of a man haunted by his anger. The other great rocker is the obligatory country train song called "Train #10." The sound here evokes the arid desert landscapes, where frontier and train tracks meet one another. It's a leaving song that's offered with a vengeance. And, of course, there is the beautiful love song duet between McGraw and Hill in "I Need You," with its provocative line "I need you/Like a needle needs a vein." Hill answers from the loneliest space in her full-throated alto: "I want to dance to the static of a neighing radio/I want to wrap the moon around us/Lay beside you, skin on skin/Make love till the sun comes up/Till the sun goes down again/'Cause I need you." It's the equation of death, addiction, love, and redemption all rolled into a four-minute tune. While this set of songs doesn't have the same unabashed optimism that Live Like You Were Dying does, it is no less so in its own gruff, rock & roll way. That said, this is one of the best interpretations of the country tradition by McGraw yet, and while he no longer has the wild edge of his earlier records, McGraw has something deeper: he can look at the dark side without flinching and bring it up to the light, always looking to find his way home. Let It Go was well worth the wait and McGraw is still at the top of the heap. ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide « less… more »

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  • Like any fanboy, I check out about everything that pitchfork rates above 7. When I moseyed on over to Cymbals Eat Guitars on MySpace, I immediately knew I needed this album. So, I got on my phone, made the purchase, gave it a list... Like any fanboy, I check out about everything that pitchfork rates above 7. When I moseyed on over to Cymbals Eat Guitars on MySpace, I immediately knew I needed this album. So, I got on my phone, made the purchase, gave it a listen and realized, this might end up being my favorite album of the year. Thank you Pitchfork. --got it, it kind of sounds like The Evangelicals -- but probably better.

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  • My favorite part of Chinese New Year celebrations is watching the dragon dance. It's intense and dramatic with colorful dancing dragons, drums and cymbals, firecrackers, and people parading after it.

  • One of our very own drumsets- the apple of our eye! Dixon series drum set are built for the player in search of the ultimate entry-level drum set. Available in two configurations, Chaos drums come equipped with 7-ply, cross-lam... One of our very own drumsets- the apple of our eye! Dixon series drum set are built for the player in search of the ultimate entry-level drum set. Available in two configurations, Chaos drums come equipped with 7-ply, cross-laminated hardwood shells and everything you need to wreak havoc while rocking out including sturdy, double braced hardware, throne and cymbals. Available in black and wine red PVC finishes. * Hardware, Throne, and cymbals included * 12", 13" & 16" Toms * 7.2mm shells * 22" Kick Drum * Double-braced hardware

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  • I really wish I had learned to play the drums as a kid. Here's a a great drum set to start them off.

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  • A pint-sized symphony orchestra, this wooden play table will enable a child to explore the sounds of xylobells, drums, washboard and cymbals. Good gifting.

  • You can almost hear the finger cymbals! The Pyramid Collection sports many beautiful pieces of clothing catering to those who look for the different and the beautiful! Here is an amazing skirt that has the most beautiful gypsy fla... You can almost hear the finger cymbals! The Pyramid Collection sports many beautiful pieces of clothing catering to those who look for the different and the beautiful! Here is an amazing skirt that has the most beautiful gypsy flare and even a bit of renaissance with the corded sides.

  • Tibetan musicians who can appeal well beyond the realm of strictly devotional music are scarce. So Yungchen Lhamo's wavering voice is especially startling on Tibet, Tibet, where she unwraps her mid-range vocal roll across wide-ope... Tibetan musicians who can appeal well beyond the realm of strictly devotional music are scarce. So Yungchen Lhamo's wavering voice is especially startling on Tibet, Tibet, where she unwraps her mid-range vocal roll across wide-open fields. She also sings through the low-end fog of monastic chanting, replete with the clanging cymbals and fundamental rumble. An astonishing smoothness arises from Yungchen and the monks' combined voices, and even when she's soloing, which she often is, Yungchen keeps herself both silken and sharp. Many of the songs on Tibet, Tibet are from the traditional repertoire, but Yungchen's voice broadens the genre just as Enya broadened Celtic music to a popular audience. A laborer until she escaped from Tibet under duress, Yungchen has studied at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts and supports a foundation in her name that seeks to aid women in escaping human rights abuses.