(1) He recalled that he'd flown the coup, aged 17, and learned to play the maracas , harmonica and guitar.(2) We were given drums, triangles, maracas and tambourines to experiment with.(3) Throughout the song, we hear tinkling piano, barely-tapped chimes and sporadic maracas .(4) The men in sombreros were miked and amped and they were shaking maracas and playing guitar.(5) One morning the youngest children shook maracas , banged small cymbals, and danced and skipped to international music in a room lined with colorful banners and maps.(6) That zone now belongs to the hordes of zealots invited there personally to take up maracas and other such percussion.(7) The band's sound was driven by the four-strong marimba/drum section, which was augmented by bass guitar, saxophone, maracas and two electric guitars - one rhythm, the other lead.(8) These three main patterns are amplified by turtle shells, claves, timbales, bongos, congas, maracas and tambourines.(9) Some of today's Grenadian American calypso bands also use electric guitars, maracas , and steel drums.(10) But any concert that features mock sadomasochism, skull-shaped maracas and an accordion player wearing tinted goggles is either the work of lunatics or of a band with a very healthy sense of irony indeed.(11) He jumps up on the riser, picks up a pair of maracas and gets them to double the tempo!(12) In sharp contrast - and contrasts define the album - marimba, piano and maracas set up a sepia-tone backdrop for track two, ‘The Nurse’.(13) Nearby, a pair of high-school girls shook wired maracas , precisely mimicking a pair of maraca-shaking characters on a video screen.(14) Its instruments include maracas , drums, and turtle shells.(15) There have also been a number of instrument peripherals, from maracas and guitars to turntables.(16) The clack and tip tap of the dancers heeled shoes echoed in short rhythmic steps to the time of the varied instruments: seeded maracas and strings of hand made guitars, violins, flutes and drums.