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Jean Berthélémé

Percussionists / Percussionnistes, Université de Moncton

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

September 17, 2009

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Université de Moncton's Music Department percussionists /
Percussionnistes du département de musique de l'Université de Moncton

From left to right: at start / de gauche à droite, au début: Patrick Gaudet, African drum/tambour Africain; Joey Roy, vibraphone; Michel Deschênes (prof.), djembé; Christian Thibeault, bass drum/grosse caisse; Julien Bouchard, marimba; Kevin Johnson, gongs; Ricky Godin, timbales; Jolain Goulette, gong & marimba; Maxine Maillet, marimba.

The image was captured in the Neil Michaud Hall of the Arts Faculty. /
L'image a été saisie dans la salle Neil Michaud de la Faculté des arts.

The music you hear is a recording of "Bound for Marakesh". /
La musique est un enregistrement de la pièce "Bound for Marakesh".

Thank you / Merci, Michel et la gang.

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A percussionist is a musician who plays percussion instruments such drums, cymbals, xylophone, etc. A percussion instrument is any object which produces a sound by being hit with an implement, shaken, rubbed, scraped, or by any other action which sets the object into vibration. /

Un percussionniste est un musicien qui joue un instrument de percussion, tel que tambour, cymbales, xylophone, etc. Un instrument de percussion est un instrument de musique dont l'émission sonore résulte de la frappe ou du grattage d'une membrane ou d'un matériau résonant.

Ref.: Wikipedia.org
Université de Moncton: Département de musique

Location

USA-Canada / Canada-New Brunswick

Lat: 46° 6' 21.6" N
Long: 64° 47' 11.76" W

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Equipment

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