Translation of drumbeat in Spanish:

drumbeat

son del tambor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdrʌmbiːt//ˈdrəmˌbit/

noun

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    son del tambor masculine
    • One mistake listed is that in one scene the hands of a man striking drums in the background do not match up to the drumbeat on the soundtrack.
    • The sound is decent, notably the loud drumbeats in the music, but could still be better.
    • The kids hit the sand, and the adults sway to guitar strums and drumbeats.
    • The clanking sounded systematic somehow; not rhythmic like a drumbeat in music, yet purposeful.
    • Guitars pile up and echo over a prominent, somber bassline and a locked drumbeat.
    • When Kamal made his entry to the accompaniment of drumbeats, a frisson of excitement shot through the crowds.
    • As the night melts in the heat of their music, the drumbeat reaches a crescendo.
    • The praises were embroidered with rhythmic drumbeats, flags waving in typical colours and the transcendental smell of burning vegetation that engulfed the gathering.
    • The same interlocking melodies with the simplified drumbeats that serve as a backdrop are present in these recordings.
    • But the drumbeat, as the baritone voice of the narrator reminds the audience, is an inseparable part of African music.
    • All too often, particularly in the early days of modern dance, the class was done to the simple rhythms of a drumbeat.
    • When you listen to the drumbeat of a musical composition, it often seems that the drums are simply keeping time.
    • The others joined in a second later, bashing out the bass line and the drumbeat with the force of a hurricane.
    • It quickly drops away to just Annie Hardy's innocent voice over a simple drumbeat and sunny synthesizer bass.
    • The steady drumbeats echoed through the vast ballroom.
    • A couple of minutes later, voices struck up an accompaniment to the drumbeat.
    • Characterized by hard-driving drumbeats, guitar-driven melodies and truly larynx-lacerating vocal work, this mix is your initiation to a genre of music that is heavier than a speeding locomotive.
    • The mix of eastern melodies with western drumbeats and guitar give the album and the band its very own pedestal in the music scene.
    • Eric Clapton's electric slide guitar and Peter Moore's acoustic guitar playing accentuate the silky keyboards, steady drumbeats, and ethereal vocals that define the record's musical persona.
    • We do this because in Africa it is the language of singing, music and drumbeats that we understand more than any language.