Each drum has a note and each drum can change its pitch. The changing of pitch can be done when you step on the pedal of the timpani.
A bass drum, is played with a mallet, or foot pedal, and is the one note, it is tuned to. A Timpani drum, has a pedal, that when pressed, tightens the head, and changes the note of the drum.....probably about an octave, or less.
Timpani are usually brass.
It changes the pitch of the Timpani.
timpani drum is a percussion instrument that is used to give a melodic contor in a given music
A brass is not a type of drum.
Yes - a timpani is a kind of drum, which is percussion.
The timpani or kettledrum is in the percussion family They are a type of drum.
A timpani is a large drum that is able to be tuned so it can play different notes.
Timpani are large metal pots with drum-heads stretched over their tops. The drum-heads are made of calfskin or plastic.
one type of drum is called timpani
The timpani or sometimes called kettle drum.
A timpani's tone can be altered, no other drum is like that.
The tympani, kettle drum, and the timps are other names for the timpani.