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List of percussion instruments by type

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Contents

  • Tuned percussion 1
  • Auxiliary percussion (Untuned percussion) 2
  • Persian percussion 3
  • Latin/Afro-Caribbean percussion 4
  • Further reading 5
  • See also 6
  • External links 7

Tuned percussion

Auxiliary percussion (Untuned percussion)

Persian percussion

Latin/Afro-Caribbean percussion

Further reading

  • Shen, Sinyan, Acoustics of Ancient Chinese Bells, Scientific American, 256, 94 (1987).

See also

External links

  • Percussion instruments
  • Babel Audio - Free Samples of Percussion Instruments – Free audio samples of ethnic percussion instruments for musicians and sound designers.


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