The children's percussion instrument manufacturer is a type of musical instrument that produces effects by hitting, shaking, rubbing, scraping, etc. Percussion is probably the oldest instrument. Some percussion instruments not only produce rhythm, but also produce melody and chorus effects. There are many types of children's percussion instruments. According to the classification of materials, there are metal and wood.
Children's percussion instruments, also called "percussion instruments", refer to the sound of the instrument itself. Some of them are percussion instruments with fixed pitch, such as cloud gongs, chimes, etc .; others also have percussion instruments without fixed pitch, such as clappers, mules, pad drums, waist drums, tambourines, etc. If it is distinguished according to different sounds of percussion instruments. It can be divided into two categories: 1. "Leather musical instruments", also known as "membrane musical instruments", are instruments that are issued by tapping the film or leather film on the instrument, such as various drum instruments; "Musical instruments" are made by striking the body of the instrument, such as bells, wooden fish, various gongs, cymbals, bells, etc.
Most percussion instruments have a certain sound, even the sound of the drum. But in general, the classification of percussion instruments is to see if a musical instrument has a certain pitch. The timpani, xylophone, marimba, vibraphone, bell, pipe bell, guzheng and carillon have a certain pitch. Snare drum, bass drum, sand hammer, castanets, sticks, bullbells, condolences, sand balls, gear rattles, spoons, wooden fish, tom drums, timbar drums, triangle irons, vibrators, clothesboards, whip Nan Nanzi generally has no definite pitch. But there are also percussionists who determine the pitch of their drums before recording a record or playing a particular piece. There are two types of gongs: fixed pitch and undefined pitch. Western gongs generally do not have a fixed pitch. Condolence also has a certain pitch, but it is rare.
In addition, percussion instruments are divided into membrane and self-sounding instruments. Membrane instruments are covered with a film that strikes the membrane to produce sounds, such as drums. A self-sounding instrument can make its own sound, such as a triangle. The tambourine is both a membrane and a self-songing instrument.
The most commonly used is timpani, which is only used to enhance the momentum of the music. Then there are snare drums, snare drums, cymbals and xylophones. But later the music gradually diversified, so the rich rhythm of the percussion instrument was used. In the early twentieth century, the development of wind music began, and various percussion instruments were gradually developed and improved. Composers were able to use a variety of sound effects to make the music more changeable. The snare drum and timpani in the percussion became the key percussion instruments, which can lead the direction and beat of the entire band, which is equivalent to the vice conductor.