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Tambourine - Rhythm Tech Pro Tambourine with 15 Pair Brass Jingles

Tambourine - Rhythm Tech Pro Tambourine with 15 Pair Brass Jingles
The Rhythm Tech Pro Tambourine 15 Pair Brass Jingles

The Pro represents a major advancement in the art and science of percussion, and is destined to become the new professional standard for sound, feel and performance. This new model features advanced synthetic materials and computer assisted design and manufacturing methods to create a completely redesigned more ergonomic handle, more efficient jingle placement, improved balance, as well as a resilient over-molded GLS playing edge that feels incredible.

Shake things up.

In high volume situations, our new Stainless Steel jingles are a quantum leap forward that will take you to a whole new level. The Pro is also available with Brass Jingles that create a warm, funky, "chunkier" sound.

The evolution continues.
Overall, the new instrument has a lighter, more responsive and comfortable feel with a sound that can only be described as ?turbo-charged?.

The Pro is available in a choice of colors with either Stainless Steel or Brass jingles, and comes in its own protective Molded Gig Case.

Tambourines are percussion instruments that are among the most ancient of all musical instruments. The term itself means "to hit against." The tambourine can be found in numerous ancient cultures including the great empires of Rome, India, China, Greece and Mesopotamia. It is likely that the Crusaders; it subsequently gained popularity among traveling minstrels.

The tambourine is featured prominently in numerous Biblical stories. In Exodus, Miriam, the older sister of Moses, is described as playing the tambourine to celebrate the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. The tambourine is frequently played during times of celebration such as weddings, births, military victories and religious ecstasies. The tambourine is also referred to as timbrel, tabret, tof, to name a few. Many tambourines are decorated for specific celebrations before they are played.

In modern times, the instrument gained a strong following as a popular folk music instrument during the 1960s. Bob Dylan wrote the song "Mr. Tambourine Man" in 1964 and the song became a major radio hit for the band, The Byrds.

The famous composer Mozart used the tambourine in his compositions. But although the tambourine is accepted as a percussion instrument in the orchestra, it wasn't until the Salvation Army began to use it at the end of the nineteenth century did it begin to once again take its rightful place as an instrument of praise, worship, and warfare in the church. The Salvation Army were also the first to form timbrel brigades, often of young people, devoted to learning and playing the timbrel, especially during outreaches.
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MSRP: $61.95
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