Musical Instruments


The Percussion Family

The tenor drum has a wooden shell, which is deeper than it is wide. The tenor drum is larger than the snare drum, has two head, and has no snares. It is played with a pair of drumsticks. The tenor drum is usually played in marching bands.

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