Never, this side of Shostakovich, has a side drum
seemed so insistently sinister, especially when combined with warlike horns.
The clock weight |from Ieper and (above) Eoka hand grenades and side drum
THIS French military side drum
which was used to communicate orders on the battlefield became a trophy of the British 2/30th regiment.
Both of the Polish goals were preventable, in the eyes of Low, and came from the left side Drum
"I just came up with this beat at rehearsal one day with a little side drum
, and it had this kind of techno feel to it but I was really playing it.
A tree outside her Billingham home was covered in ribbons and flowers in memory of Chloe, who could play the snare side drum
The Sydney manuscript is orchestrated for piccolo, flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in A, 2 bassoons, 4 horns in F, 2 trumpets in B flat, strings and percussion (timpani in A and E, side drum
, cymbals and bass drum).
John, 63, who performed for years at the Edinburgh Festival with a comedy troupe, has always loved the bagpipes and plays the side drum
in a Californian pipe band.
This takes place at 11.55am precisely in Place du Palais with carabiniers in bright blue helmets and white spats marching to the sound of a military side drum
It might be somewhat sentimental but the inspired inclusion of side drum
, played by former cathedral chorister Andrew Davey as he processed from the Rankin Porch under the central space to the High Altar, was much appreciated by the audience.
The role of the trombone as the flute's jokey sidekick is treated with nice restraint, but the side drum
equivalent in the Clarinet Concerto is so prominent that it begins to take on an obsessive, sinister character.
On one occasion he played his side drum
in the playground.