Concert Percussion incorporates much of the family of drums. Orchestras, concert bands, marching bands, brass bands all perform on concert percussion. The family of concert percussion incorporates timpani, concert bass drums, the lowest pitched instrument in the orchestra, concert tom toms, specialist concert snare drums, log drums and much more. Keyboard percussion includes xylophones, marimbas, vibraphones, glockenspiels, tubular bells or chimes, crotales, vibraphones. The Groove Warehouse supports the worlds leading brands including Yamaha, Majestic, Adams, Pearl and Ludwig Musser.
Concert Bass Drums for your Orchestra, Concert Band, Marching Ensemble and Community EnsembleShop Now
Concert Snare Drums with a refined tone specially suited for the concert settingShop Now
Vibraphones in all sizes and budgets for professionals community organisations and schools by Majestic, Yamaha, Musser and AdamsShop Now
Xylophones for schools, community ensembles, orchestras by leading manufactures including Yamaha, Adams, Majestic and MusserShop Now
Concert Glockenspiels for your School, Community Ensemble or Professional OrchestraShop Now
Concert percussion includes all the instruments that are also played in film scores and video games; this music incorporates cymbals and gongs, hand held percussion like triangles, shakers, cowbells, tambourines, castanets, wood blocks, sound effects, and world percussion of all known varieties. For specialist advice on all your concert percussion call the Groove Warehouse and speak directly with classical percussionists who can assist you making the best choice for your school, community music ensemble or brass band.
We are here to help, please feel free to seek advice, the Groove Warehouse is staffed by professional highly qualified drummers and percussionists with years of experience teaching, performing and repairing drums and percussion. Please contact us in store 02 6260 2847, email us or use our 24/7 chatline for assistance. Shop at the Groove Warehouse with confidence and make a joyous sound!
The History of Keyboard Percussion