Translation of percussion in Spanish:

percussion

percusión, n.

Pronunciation /pərˈkəʃən//pəˈkʌʃ(ə)n/

noun

Medicine Music

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    percusión feminine
    (section/instrument) (before noun) de percusión
    she plays percussion es percusionista
    • Accompanied by orchestral percussion, the melodic instruments interweave solos and duets and leave a trail of scattered bells.
    • On examination the only abnormality was a little bilateral basal dullness to percussion accompanied by a decrease in vocal resonance.
    • The range of electronic sounds, live percussion and singing merged well.
    • The entire wind section - flutes and saxophones - were out to get the percussion section.
    • The music, meanwhile, is especially good, with jaunty a cappella tunes featuring nonsense singing and vocal percussion.
    • Physical examination revealed dullness to percussion and decreased breath sounds at both bases.
    • His music is decidedly eccentric and remarkably varied, from ambient drones to industrial noise to metallic percussion.
    • The song's detailed arrangement is fleshed out by electric piano, aquatic guitar lines, and exotic percussion.
    • The band's greatest appeal is still their use of tribal percussion and experimentation with sounds from around the world.
    • Physical examination through percussion and palpation, however, would reveal more about the size of the liver than a flat film since the flat film only reveals one of the apecies.
    • Physical examination revealed decreased breath sounds and dullness to percussion over the right lower lung.
    • He specializes in West African percussion and will be playing with a few friends of his.
    • Use Latin American percussion when singing this lively song.
    • The ample percussion section punctuated the music's flow without overwhelming it.
    • The tunes remain but the clattering percussion and meandering vocals transport them to a whole other level.
    • Nigerian music is dependent on strong rhythms supplied by countless drums and percussion instruments.
    • One feature of interest is a rhythmic chanting to a percussion accompaniment.
    • Initially, the tribal percussion and sometimes maudlin tone may not sit well.
    • The Adagio would probably do that if arranged for tuned percussion.
    • This involves four steps: observation, palpation, percussion, and auscultation.
    • The driver continued his singing and with his free hand added some percussion on the dashboard.
    • The last song of the night was a loud one, complete with a fast tempo and pounding percussion.
    • The second one played saxophone and the third one played percussion, like her.
    • With chiming percussion to the fore, transparency and subtlety are the characteristics of the orchestration.
    • The percussion sounds like the sudden buzz of dragonfly wings.