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Synonyms for high-hat

to treat in a superciliously indulgent manner

characteristic of or resembling a snob

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The Forest at Hi-Hat Ranch, Serenoa and Serenoa Lakes are east of 1-75 off Clark Road.
Living in Royal Road at the time, Fuzz - real name Richard - recalls how neighbour Mrs Everett would be phoning up the police at the drop of his hi-hat.
He said: "It got me a pretty ramshackle kit of parts but there was a base drum, a snare, I think a hi-hat and a pair of bongos.
We were there on the dance floor trying to work out why it sounded so good, analysing Quincy Jones's production and thinking, how did he get that hi-hat sound, or that groove?
Meanwhile, drummer Cleaver was percolating behind Bynum's brass musings and had picked up his drumsticks to get a groove going, boosting the beat with some deft footwork on the bass drum and hi-hat cymbal.
Shot entirely in NYC and choreographed by Hi-Hat, among others, there are plenty of SYTYCD and LXD alums who get onscreen time, including Stephen "Twitch" Boss and Harry Shum Jr.
To eclipse the previous world record, set by 533 drummers at the annual Woodstick music conference in Seattle, USA, in May 2006, each participant had to assemble one bass drum, one snare, at least one tom tom, Hi-Hat cymbals and a crash or ride cymbal and then play the same beat together for five minutes.
to heart break prompt, just a hi-hat & bass tom to speed up
Ace choreographer Hi-Hat ensures the street-style step sequences are perfectly synchronised and outrageously theatrical.
Naturally, everything works out perfectly by the end credits, and ace choreographer Hi-Hat ensures the street-style step sequences are perfectly synchronised and outrageously theatrical.
Iverson in particular brings the sensibilities of Keith Jarrett and Don Pullen to his playing, and King can go from hi-hat swing to floor-tom bombast in a single chorus.
Though primarily a resource for female drummers, the interviews packed into this unassuming site could make anyone with a mild interest in music grab for the nearest hi-hat.
As a drummer, Robertson first dips and rotates one shoulder to push down the hi-hat cymbals [a pair in which one is inverted so they hit together], then the other shoulder to play the bass drum.