Translation of glockenspiel in Spanish:

glockenspiel

carillón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡlɒk(ə)nspiːl//ˈɡlɒk(ə)nʃpiːl//ˈɡlɑkənˌspil//ˈɡlɑkənˌʃpil/

noun

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    carillón masculine
    • The arrangements are spare yet sky-wide, occasionally visited by banjos, accordions, glockenspiels, and theremin.
    • In the 19th century glockenspiels were often made of glass under the name ‘harmonica’ or ‘armonica’, as used by Saint-Saëns in Le Carnaval des animaux for ‘Oiseaux’.
    • The music began in slightly oriental fashion, then filled out with strange scratching noises, the sound of a glockenspiel being played with a cello bow and semi-random percussion.
    • Rather than tinkering with tradition, he expands upon it with computer-generated hums and bleeps, tambourines and glockenspiel, warming the stark acoustic sound.
    • A marimba also is essentially a set of wooden bars, while the glockenspiel and vibraphone involve metal bars.
    • In lesson time pupils learn to play ‘classroom’ instruments such as the glockenspiel or xylophone, and there are 65 teachers who go out and deliver tuition for other instruments.
    • For her second solo CD, the local multi-instrumentalist has produced a grand record featuring everything from glockenspiel and saw to accordion, and even tuba.
    • Have a good listen right up to the part where the glockenspiel comes in.
    • Flitting fitfully from discordant strings and hectic glockenspiels to lean oboe solos, Rota's masterpiece is an unstable symphony to the teeming metropolis.
    • String groupings of violins and cellos swell throughout and voice aching, mournful melodies, the piano occasionally joined by a celeste or glockenspiel.
    • There's too much sweetness overall, and a couple of unnecessary instrumentals rife with resonant pianos and tinkling glockenspiels.
    • They certainly haven't ignored technology, but the use of instruments like banjo, accordion, glockenspiel and pump organ enhances the weathered folk feel of the music.
    • Webern's original intention for op.24 was to write a piano concerto, and the preliminary sketches are for a large and colourful orchestra, including mandolin, glockenspiel, celesta, harp and piccolo.
    • With liberal use of glockenspiel, harmonium and mouth organ, it sounds like he found his instruments in a playgroup toy box.
    • Along for the ride are a battered old piano, an oboe, a glockenspiel and a banjo.
    • Only the brightest sparks musically got the real instruments, such as the glockenspiels, i.e. those instruments upon which you could actually play more than one note.
    • With the chime of the glockenspiel and the slow pull of the violin the band began and invited us to witness a cavalcade of sound and images.
    • Beneath it, there's a sense that the ever-present vibraphone and glockenspiel are tapping out a secret language.
    • They meet up in Torino without much of a plan and immerse themselves in the studio with trad rock instruments plus a bunch of theremins and glockenspiels.
    • The former work is rather seductive, thanks in part to the coos of the vocalists and also because of the exotic tones of the marimbas, glockenspiels, and metallophone.