rhythm band

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rhythm′ band`

a collection of simple percussion instruments used esp. with piano accompaniment to teach musical rhythm.
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Roots Junkanoo Group kicked off the first show of the week, Da Rhythm Band made their live television debut as the house band on Tuesday, and Baha Men promoted their new summer jam Bumpa on Wednesdays show.
In Qatar, they performed as a duo and were members of a band called United Rhythm Band.
Shake, Wave, & Jingle Rhythm Time: Bean Bags, Scarves, & Rhythm Band Activities" ($15.
Hussain's contribution to the world of music has been unique, with many historic collaborations, including Shakti, which he founded with John McLaughlin and L Shankar, Remember Shakti, the Diga Rhythm Band, Making Music, Planet Drum with Mickey Hart, Tabla Beat Science, and Sangam with Charles Lloyd and Eric Harland.
His maroon racing silks were carried to victory in some of the biggest races during the Dubai World Cup Carnival while Rhythm Band, ridden by his retained jockey Ted Durcan, gifted him the prestigious $2 million (Dh7.
Puckihuddle Preschool Spring FUNdraiser Vic and Sticks with their Recycled Rhythm Band, 11 a.
The debut album of indigenous vocalist Emma Donovan and Melbourne rhythm band The PutBacks, Dawn is an Australian composition that captures the nation's darkest and most hopeful moments.
Seeking music as a sideline he joined Billy Monk's tenpiece New Rhythm Band before moving to London in 1943 to join Lou Preager's Band at the Hammersmith Palais, then Ambrose, which was considered to be the pinnacle of success.
You can opt to camp on the farm, go on guided forest and beach walks, attend African drumming, salsa dancing or capoeira workshops and enjoy live music from Too Spicy, Nansady Kelta, the 10th Avenue Rhythm Band, The Larks and others - including, of course, The Ladies of Midnight Blue.
Camporaso said that although she has been part of the Pagcor 5 for years, those who will be watching the One Rhythm band shows can expect more from her as an artist.
Traditional, adapted and new songs have been selected to be used with rhythm instruments--sticks, bells, shakers, sand blocks, drums and rhythm band.
Drumming Up Chineseness: Chicago's Chinese Children's Rhythm Band in the 1930s and 1940s" by Jeff Kyong-McClain relates the story of Olga Huncke, who taught at Chicago's Haines Elementary School, which during the 1920s and 1930s had a growing number of Chinese students.