anonymous
  • anonymous
Are all percussion instruments hit with sticks?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Nope... Cymbals are clashed together
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not with sticks, but every percussion instrument does have to have some type of hitting involved to create sound.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Not necessarily. The glokenspiel, ratchet, slide whistle, maracas, and piano are all considered to be percussion instruments, but are not struck by anything to produce a sound. :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@pacely.chitlen.98 A glockenspiel is hit with a mallet... which is a stick
anonymous
  • anonymous
@pacely.chitlen.98 the piano is struck with hammers inside the apparatus
anonymous
  • anonymous
which in its case is usually a hardwood hammer

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