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The Xylophone consists of wooden bars that are struck by mallets. Each bar is tuned to a pitch of musical scale. The Xylophone’s musical range is 3 ½ to 4 octaves. The Xylophone is essential for group lessons and students undertaking Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB) grading examinations.
The Marimba is a type of xylophone, with broader and lower tonal range and resonators. It consists of wooden bars with resonators and a musical range of 4 ½ to 5 ½ octaves.
The Timpani is an instrument for advanced students undertaking group lessons.
It is an Essential Instrument for students undertaking the Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB) grading examination. The timpani is a set of four or five drums, varying in diameter. Timpanists’ are required to have a well-developed sense of relative pitch and must be able to tune undetectably and accurately during live performances.
The snare drum is an essential in percussion. It can be played alone or in a drum kit. The snare drum can be struck with drum sticks, at either the head, the rim or the shell to create different sounds. Students can use the Practice Pad as a substitute for the snare drum.
The practice pad is used for quiet practice and for warming-up before performances. The practice pad is height adjustable.
This instrument is essential for group courses. The glockenspiel is a set of keys with metal plates, arranged in the fashion of a piano keyboard. Each bar is tuned to a pitch of musical scale. The glockenspiel’s musical range is 2 ½ to 3 octaves. The glockenspiel produces a pure, bell-like ring.
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