Symphony No 59 3rd Movement "Charumsamgo"
The finale of my 59th Symphony, "Percussion Symphony" is called Charumsamgo because it is a composite of various Latin rhythms and instruments. The following percussion instruments are used in the Symphony: Timpani, Suspended Cymbal, Cymbals, Side Drum, Bass Drum, Tamtam, Anvil, Lion’s Roar, Temple Blocks, Rototoms, Bongos, Congas, Log Drums, Boobams, Claves, Maracas, Flexatone, Wind Machine, Thundersheet, Rain Stick, Bullroarer, Ratchet, Bell Tree, Guiro, Vibraslap, Whip, Xylophone, Lithophone, Plate Bells, Church Bells, Tubular Bells, Vibraphone, Crotales, Glockenspiel, Waterphone, Marimba, Japanese Singing Bowls, Swanee Whistle, Cowbells, Almglocken, Chromatic Motor Horns. A minimum of 15 percussion players is required.
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