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date: 22 August 2019

Antique cymbalslocked


Small, relatively thick Cymbals, of clear, definite pitch. Up to about 12 cm in diameter and commonly played in pairs, they are often called ‘finger cymbals’ and held each in one hand or looped to a finger and thumb of one hand. Sets of up to 13 (one chromatic octave) can be mounted on a frame and struck with light metal hammers. In modern parlance they are often called ...

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