Hakuna Fermata! Means keep singing!

Dude, you have to see this

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susan akins posted Children's DIY Drum set with paint cans. Too cute! Having more than one drum increases the opportunities for your child to work on bilateral movement, sequencing of movements, and crossing midline. Coast Music Therapy tip: have a co.

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37 Cute and Meaningful Love Themed Tattoo Designs

Sign language I love you ( i am in love with this idea! Maybe rock and roll sign instead?

Being the only female percussionist means that your awesome for life. Even though I'm not the only female @healeykerriganj

Being the only female percussionist means that your awesome for life. Even though I'm not the only female my case one out of two female percussionist)

Throw and Catch - A great vocal activity that is catchy! Use balls or beanbags for younger students.

This is a clip form Kalani& Together in Rhythm DVD, featuring rhythm games, group drumming and drum circles, interviews and more.

How acurate!! Especially the flute, I mean literally do you know how hard those damn notes are?!!? and no one hears us

How acurate! Especially the flute, I mean literally do you know how hard those damn notes are? and no one hears us <<<*Evil clarinet laugh*

Chinese Qing era cavalry matchlock musket, or 馬鎗 (maqiang). length: 133.5 cm / 52.5 inch Barrel length: 86 cm / 33.8 inch Caliber: 13 mm / .50 inch Weight: 2810 grams, barrel inscribed 協左三十七號 meaning "United Left [Wing] (a provincial auxiliary army). Number 37", used by cavalry divisions of the Chinese Martial or 漢軍 (hanjun) or certain divisions of the Green Standard Army 綠營 (luying). Such armies often served to fight rebellions such as the Taipings in the 19th century.

Chinese Qing era cavalry matchlock musket, or 馬鎗 (maqiang). length: 133.5 cm / 52.5 inch Barrel length: 86 cm / 33.8 inch Caliber: 13 mm / .50 inch Weight: 2810 grams, barrel inscribed 協左三十七號 meaning "United Left [Wing] (a provincial auxiliary army). Number 37", used by cavalry divisions of the Chinese Martial or 漢軍 (hanjun) or certain divisions of the Green Standard Army 綠營 (luying). Such armies often served to fight rebellions such as the Taipings in the 19th century.

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