His neck is always craned, ears pricked, waiting for cymbal splash of Art happening.
This object has been interpreted as a cymbal held up by a dancing figure.
The band opened with a terrifying clash of cymbal, and thump of drum.
And now the trio was a trio of castanet smacks and cymbal claps.
We shall then lay bare the mechanism which produces the sound, the cymbal.
The cymbal of the Austrian gypsies is a stringed instrument, like the zitter.
He played the clavier, the flgel, the cymbal with equal creative power, and the organ—who is like him?
The cymbal is uncovered, and is visible just behind the attachment of the hinder wing.
Behind him flaunted the great gonfanon of Spain, and trump and cymbal heralded his approach.
He worshipped the lofty, but it was with tabor and cymbal and high-sounding lute.
from Old English cimbal and from Old French cymbale (13c.), both from Latin cymbalum, from Greek kymbalon "a cymbal," from kymbe "bowl, drinking cup."