Spanish castanets are very particular. Each pair of "castanets" has male and female points. The pitch of the female is slightly higher than that of the male. The difference in sound depends on the gap between the two pieces of wood. The dance troupe is also very particular about the use and preservation of their beloved "castanets". After each use, the "castanets" must be placed in a sleeve and stored very carefully, and because they are wooden, they are weather The effect of wet and dry on the "castanets" is very large, and some may cause fracture.
The percussion instrument of the percussion instrument manufacturer for children is a metal percussion instrument. The gong is smelted from copper. Its structure is relatively simple. The gong body has a circular arc surface, and the periphery is fixed by the frame of the gong body. And pronunciation.
The gong is a round arc surface, mostly made of copper, and its surroundings are fixed by its own frame; the gong is a wooden cymbal. The size of the gong body has various specifications. When playing a small gong, use the left hand to hold the gong body and the right hand to hit the gong. The large gong must be hung on the gong rack to play. Musical instrument characteristics: It is a metal-bodied musical instrument with no fixed pitch. The sound is deep, loud and strong, and the aftertaste is long and durable. Usually, the gong sound is used to express a tense atmosphere and ominous omen, and has a very unique artistic effect.
The percussion instrument gong consists of a gong body, a gong stand (gong rope), and a gong mallet. The gong body is made of copper and is also called a "sounder" because it is made of "ringing copper". The structure is relatively simple. The gong body is in the shape of a circular disk, and its surroundings are fixed with its own frame. Generally, the central part is slightly convex and is called the umbilical, light or hall. It is the main part of the pronunciation. The size, thickness, and area ratio of the umbilical determine the height of the tone. There is also a flat central part with no umbilicus or a semicircular ball. These constitute the main characteristics of the gong. The gong navel and the gong edge are called gong noodles, "two positions" or "inside and outside eight characters". Two gong holes are drilled on one side of the gong side to wear a gong rope for carrying or hanging the gong stand. For a long time, after the continuous and careful creation of people of all ethnic groups, due to the different areas and occasions of application, a variety of gongs with various colors have been formed. They can be divided into flat gongs, navel gongs, and milk gongs according to their characteristics. They can be divided into three types: bass gongs, middle gongs, and treble gongs according to the sound level. They can also be divided into single-sided gongs and combinations according to the performance form. Two types of gongs.
In these gongs, the small diameter is only a few centimeters, and the large diameter is more than 1.5 meters. Not only do they have different shapes, but they also have their own sounds and effects. At present, the more commonly used gongs can be simply divided into four types: big gong, small gong, palm gong, and cloud gong. The gong is low in pronunciation, the gong is drilled with a tether, the left hand is lifted or hung on the rack, and the right hand is holding a percussion; the small gong is high in pronunciation, the gong surface is sloped, and the gong is divided into three types: large, middle and small, with high notes There are no holes, gongs, and gongs on the gong. The inner edge of the gong is lifted with the index finger of the left hand, and the gong is played with the right hand. The palm gong is a small one, and the gong surface is flat and umbilical. It is shaped like a disk, placed in the palm of the left hand, and played with the gong board in the right hand. The cloud gong is a musical instrument that can play melody in the gong. It consists of ten gongs, tied to a wooden frame with a rope, the left hand holds the handle, and the right hand uses a gong棰 Percussion. Since the 1960s, this combination type of gongs has developed rapidly, and new varieties such as sets, platoons, arrangements, harps, twenty-nine-tone cloud gongs, thirty-six sounds, and thirty-eight sounds cloud gongs have appeared.