Articles on Percussion Ensembles, Including: Blue Man Group, Percujove, Drumline, Olodum, Indoor Percussion Ensemble, Drum Circle, Percussion Ensemble

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Hephaestus Books, Aug 31, 2011 - Social Science - 118 pages
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