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cowbell

a metal percussion instrument usually mounted on the bass drum or hand-held and struck with a drumstick
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Cowbells and Indians is already available via digital download and has been bought by fans from as far afield as the USA, Australia, Spain, Greece, Germany, Sweden and Italy.
I would cringe as they'd cheer and scream and ring a cowbell.
Kings fans used to serenade the Lakers with cowbells, a response to coach Phil Jackson's claim years ago that Sacramento was nothing more than a cow town.
Other gifts come from the recognition of our own cowbells, our personal unfinished grief, which, when managed effectively, will not diminish our availability to those we are serving.
where the home fans have become infamous for ringing cowbells throughout the game.
PasturesSpielberg is in farming country where cowbells ring out in the pastures.
Cowbells ringing up through the valley in Panchgani, India, as I stood waist-high in yellow grass on the ridge of the second biggest plateau in Asia; children dancing and singing in the aisle of the train on a 36-hour journey.
Hens-and-chicks, Lamb's Ear, Cowbells, Horseradish, Horehound, and Goats Beard vie for their share of sunshine.
The first Nachtmusik section is bucolic, of course, but in a vaguely sinister way; even the cowbells sound an eerie note.
Vals lies an hour away from Chur by car, deep in a valley dotted with shepherd huts and enlivened by the sound of cowbells.
Additions included whistles, cowbells, tympani, chimes, marimba, bells, bird calls, and many other instruments.
The overflowing crowd, filling the upper block of Church Street, raised their cowbells and enthusiastically played along to the music, following Fishman's lead, ringing their cowbells to the beat of the songs while enjoying free scoops of Phish Food which were served throughout the event.