vibraphone


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vibraphone

(esp US), vibraharp
a percussion instrument, used esp in jazz, consisting of a set of metal bars placed over tubular metal resonators, which are made to vibrate electronically
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With the added dimension of the vibraphone making the band's sound distinctive, they felt they needed a name to reflect their unique quality.
Sebastien Mitterrand, Benoit Collet, Rodolphe Genesta-Pialat, Vincent Buchsenschutz, Colin Pegnie, Nicolas Josa, Benjamin Auger, Marc Michels, Jean-Luc Dion, David Grosjean, Stephane Fillet, Christophe Guillard, and Armand Dubois-Gourut, horns; with Mogan Cornebert, drums; Ivan Gelugne, bass; Benoit Lavollee and Renaud Detruit, vibraphones; and guest Arkady Shilkloper, horn and alphorn.
VIBES Vibraphone maestro Roy Ayers will play the Derry Jazz Festival
It was 1938, and Benny Goodman--who'd assembled one of the first racially integrated orchestras, with African Americans Hampton on vibraphone and Teddy Wilson on piano--led his orchestra into New York City's prime concert venue for the first-ever jazz performance there.
"Fur Alina" and "Spiegel im Spiegel" are two of the most delicately sweet pieces of modern music, and Kuniko offers her own unique interpretation by replacing Part's piano and violin with soft vibraphone and ringing crotales (small tuned cymbals).
Members of the Marimba ensemble enthralled the audience as they played complex Afro-Latin rhythms with great dexterity on their traditional instrument named Marimba, which appears similar to a vibraphone.
Lansine Kouyate, balafon maestro from Mali teams up with David Neerman, electric vibraphone sorcerer to form the musical universe of Kouyate Neerman.
"I spent countless late hours in the basement of the Southern Miss Performing Arts Center practicing marimba and vibraphone," he says.
from the vibraphone fall across the wrinkled crumpled sunset like water
Silvano del Gado plays all things percussion, from drums to the vibraphone, and is specialised in Afro Cuban percussion.
His "Scherzo Eccentrico for Brass Quintet" was performed at the NewNowNorse Festival at the University of Northern Kentucky, and "Down By the Old Third Stream for Vibraphone and Bass" was done twice by the OK Percussion Duo in two locations in the Czech Republic.