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    I played percussion - glockenspiel, bass drum, cymbals, triangle, and tympani and others, castanets, maraca. The best seat in the house. And when it's your turn to play, you literally shine.

    Endless rest stops though.

    Listen to this for a real tympanic showpiece :


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