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marimba

A regional Spanish term for marijuana.
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The bars of a chromatic marimba are arranged like the keys of a piano, with the groups of two and three accidentals raised vertically, overlapping the natural bars to aid the performer both visually and physically.
Marimba was the first woman to join a mangrove conservation group in the area.
Where "Xylophone" relies on syncopation, though, "Marimba" works through a related compositional element known as hemiola.
It was then that a new band from the mission house was formed called Afro Marimba Band.
Even though his marimba is the main attraction in every performance he gives around the world -- and he has toured more than 17 countries already -- Zimbalista is master of some 40 different percussion instruments.
While a collaborative performance of traditional Japanese drums and shakuhachi may not be unusual, throw the exotic marimba into the mix and you have a unique experience.
The Bailey's nightclub in Darlington was Las Bamba and closer to home Middlesbrough had the Marimba and Contessa and Stockton, Tito's.
A ROUSING beat on the African drums followed by a "haunting" performance on the marimba wowed judges and the audience at the Mrs Sunderland Festival.
Rojak, bass trombone; Steven Beck, Martha Locker, piano; James Baker, vibraphone; She-e Wu, marimba. Summit Records DCD 639.