Translation of tambourine in Spanish:


pandereta, n.

Pronunciation /ˌtambəˈriːn//ˌtæmbəˈrin/


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    pandereta feminine
    • Instead, the record reveals the true force of his songs: bouncy, repetitive chamber pop nuggets, gilt with glockenspiels, tambourines and evocative sacred-sexual imagery.
    • Other instruments used in folk music include transverse and vertical flutes, drums, cymbals, gongs, and tambourines.
    • Yet we knew from the happy-clappy Sunday services that they were comfortable with guitars and tambourines.
    • Three chords, the right amount of carelessness in the attitude and those irresistible tambourines with the drums make them deserved hit singles.
    • Musical groups danced the samba all the way, beating bongo drums and shaking tambourines.
    • The Turks made their dawn prayers and then advanced with castanets, tambourines, cymbals and terrifying war cries.
    • Every song they present is a staggering collage of guitars and drums, bells, tambourines, brass, and every other manner of beep or squeak under the sun, all falling in line in lush, swaying arrangements.
    • They concluded the set properly by inviting two audience members to grace the stage to shake a pair of tambourines and their booties as well.
    • He seemed more at home with the crowd when he came up front to sing a couple of songs with his tambourine.
    • This page is great for inspiration as it suggests ways of making a tambourine, drum, chimes, horn, cymbals, xylophone, guitar, comb buzzer and hand bells.
    • The primary instruments are the viola (a plucked, metal stringed instrument), tambourine, and caixa (a type of drum).
    • Some looked like variants of things I recognized; there were string instruments like lutes or small guitars, there were drums, chimes, tambourines.
    • Percussion is composed of sleigh bells, tambourine, xylophone and kettle drums.
    • The angels are playing a collection of musical instruments, including the harp, tambourine, cymbals, lyre and psaltery.
    • We were given drums, triangles, maracas and tambourines to experiment with.
    • I play guitar, bass drum, a tambourine on my foot and a snare drum.
    • I then used it to record additional percussion, including tambourine, djembe, shaker and bass drum.
    • They were greeted by staff playing all manner of musical instruments from tambourines to recorders and the less musically gifted banging pots and pans.
    • They brought their tambourines, harmonicas, and were playing along.
    • Often nights we'd be up until after midnight with guitars, tambourines and drumming, sitting in the rainforest in our owner-built homes playing away.