Also called a washtub base. Basically a bucket with a string attached to a broom handle that's nearly impossible to tune.
For fairly obvious reasons, the translation of the French word for trombone. See also French.
E.g. rubber bands as harps, pots and pans as drums, and toilet paper rolls as trumpets.
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A form of overtone singing done in parts of Siberia. Sounds like a human didgeridoo.
More like Clari-not. I hate playing it so much.
The name given to the instrument in Mahler's Sixth Symphony described by Mahler as meant to be "brief and mighty, but dull in resonance and with a non-metallic character (like the fall of an axe)" ... basically a big wooden hammer hit against a big wooden platform.