xylophonist

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xylophonist

Flateur; farter; one with noisy flatus. See Flatulence.
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The base is made up of lower pitches, while higher, accented chords form the upper line: "Buh-buh-BUH-buh-buh-BUH-buh-buh-BUH-buh-buh-BUH." Together they produce a rhythmic effect that's similar to the pulsating line of the "Xylophone" tone.
Unaccompanied by microphones, they requested silence in order to be introduced by Jeremiah on the xylophone. The crowd delighted in being incorporated into the music and happily sang lowly along with Wesley.
In addition to a variety of percussion instruments, including xylophones, gongs, snare drums, and tablas, the ensemble also has pianists, violinists, cellists, bassists, and violists.
I've figured an all-singing, contortionist street-dancer with a dog who plays the xylophone might just be the ultimate act for the ITV talent show.
The evening's entertainment promises a delightful programme of authentic cultural performances to welcome 'Thai New Year 2012', from decadent Thai costume dancers performing the traditional 'Happy New Year' dance, live Thai fruit carving stations and the playing of the Ranat or Thai xylophone.
When struck, the lithophone emits a pure tone, like a bar on a xylophone. Two of the stones had been in Moody's collection for years.
kept the pace at nothing less than rollicking thanks to the parade of cutesy guitars and spanking xylophone twinkles.
In this example, a simple melody based on a pentatonic scale is played on the soprano xylophone above an accessible accompaniment played by alto xylophone, triangle, tambourine, and maracas respectively.
Gaga's message was accompanied by a xylophone, before a bird on a string suddenly floated into the shot only to be sent off by the star with a kiss.
Tiersen's music is recognized by its use of a large variety of instruments in relatively minimalist compositions, often with a touch of either European classical music or French folk music, using primarily the piano, accordion or violin together with instruments like the melodica, xylophone, toy piano, ondes martenot, harpsichord and typewriter.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Salmon; 2 Prague; 3 They kept wicket for England; 4 Sayonara; 5 Elizabeth I; 6 Edward VIII (the Duke of Windsor); 7 Taps; 8 The xylophone; 9 The Isle of Wight; 10 David Bailey.
Whites, who play a bamboo xylophone, recite the Tao, and keep Chinese