idiophone


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idiophone

(ˈɪdɪəˌfəʊn)
n
(Instruments) music a percussion instrument, such as a cymbal or xylophone, made of naturally sonorous material
idiophonic adj
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Harshil Pradeep Shetty will play cymbals from a touch-based device while Zahra Abdul Nasar with spastic paraparesis and intellectual disability will play a mounted Triangle - an idiophone type instrument.
A Lezim, a traditional dance to a wooden idiophone to which thin metal discs are fitted that produce a jingling sound, was also performed by youngsters.
The slit gong creates sounds as an idiophone, rather than as a 'true' drum that relies on the use of strings or membranes to create sound.
1 Simple idiophone percussion instrument (4); 2 The definite article (3); 3 One of the four basic operations of arithmetic (8).
An Idiophone is any musical instrument which creates sound primarily by way of the instrument vibrating itself.
1) The list of traditional griot instruments includes the kora (a twenty-one-stringed bridge harp), ngoni (a lute-like string instrument), tamani or tama (a variable-pitch drum) and the balafon (a wooden-keyed percussion idiophone, similar to a xylophone).
She used to add energy to her songs with an idiophone ultimately from Kongo, biri bi kumbi, kumbi-kumbi, biri bi kumbi.
And when we talk of sounds too we must not forget, apart from musical sound, what we might call idiophone sounds--hoots, hisses.
asey brosim cypress-wood clappers halil pipe or double pipe (of reed, metal, bone) hasoserah long metal trumpet kinnor lyre mena ane im idiophone mesyltayim selselim cymbal(s) nevel, nevel asor a particular type of lyre, sack lyre(?
angklung: Designation for an ensemble comprised of instruments with four or, (more recently) five tones, of the slendro scale; also the name of a tuned bamboo idiophone.
Also, the Axatse rattle is a shaken idiophone that often shares the same rhythmic pattern of the bell with added embellishments.