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PERCPercussion
PERCPublic Employment Relations Commission
PERCPerchloroethylene (CAS Number 127-18-4)
PERCProperty and Environment Research Center
PERCPropane Education & Research Council
PERCPassivated Emitter Rear Contact (solar cells)
PERCPower Edge Expandable Raid Controller
PERCPowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller (Dell)
PERCPolitical Economy Research Center
PERCPolitical and Economic Risk Consultancy Ltd (Hong Kong)
PERCPublic Employees Relations Commission
PERCPlumbing Efficiency Research Coalition
PERCPatient Education Research Center (Stanford University)
PERCPacific Environment and Resources Center (Oakland, CA)
PERCPolaris Electric Reverse Control
PERCPiedmont Emergency Relief Center (South Carolina)
PERCPan-European Reserves & Resources Reporting Committee (standards)
PERCPreferred Equity Redemption Stock
PERCPortable Executive for Reliable Control (Java for embedded systems)
PERCPractice Expense Review Committee (healthcare)
PERCProgrammable Electrical Rule Checker (semiconductor)
PERCPermanent Employee Registration Card (State of Illinois)
PERCPulmonary Embolism Rule Out Criteria
PERCPalisades Emergency Residence Corporation
PERCPittsburgh Energy Research Center
PERCPowered Emergency Release Coupling (valve for loading arms)
PERCPersonalized Electronic Research Consultation
PERCPacific Energy and Resources Center (Sausalito, CA)
PERCProduct Evaluation Resource Center
PERCPer Event Reinsurance Cover
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The book and the technique of percussion were ignored and even ridiculed with only a few exceptions: during a short period as professor of medicine at Vienna, Maximillian Stoll taught percussion; a few German schools did likewise; Albrecht V.
Percussion Play is the world's leading outdoor instrument manufacturer who has built its reputation on the excellence of their service and quality of their musical instruments installed in a variety of settings all over the world.
In the dictionary's second and third editions, new non-Western percussion entries focused on each instrument's traditional performance practice rather than their influence on European music.
In addition to performing with various symphonies in the Chicago area, he performs solo in-school percussion demonstrations for the International Music Foundation of Chicago, and participates in the educational outreach SEED Program with the Chicago Sinfonietta.
Percussion Play's outdoor musical instruments are durable, sustainable, and can be installed to cope with all extremes of weather making them ideal for parks, playgrounds and other public spaces.
In the segment of schoolchildren over 10 years of age, in folk music, Danisha Daniel from Cathedral School, Model Town Extension, won the first position, in ghazal singing, Maheen Faisal from Lahore Grammar School, Ghalib Market, got the first position, in semi-classical singing, Aiza Nisar from the City School Ravi Campus remained the winner, in percussion, Yasaya Sabir from the Don Bosco High School bagged the first position, in classical singing, Ghayas Haider from Unique Boys High School, New Muslim Town, got the first position.
The Lyrical Noise Ensemble, with George Georgiou on the clarinet and Marios Nicolaou on percussion, will perform in the Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre's garden from 8.30pm.
As a part of the event, Herbalife Nutrition and its Independent Associates set the new world record with 11,256 people achieving status of the Largest Body Percussion Ensemble, held at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru.
The Cambridge Companion to Percussion. Edited by Russell Hartenberger.
Proboscidean limb bones discovered in Yukon during the 1960s and 1970s exhibit fracture patterns, notches, and bone flakes that are characteristic of percussion. Because of the unique properties of thick cortical proboscidean bone (probably woolly mammoth Mammuthus primigenius or less likely American mastodon Mammut americanum), some researchers hypothesized that these fracture patterns represent intentional hammerstone modification by humans for marrow extraction and bone tool production.