Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - David Thalmann

David Thalmann’s setup for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Murray Arts Guild - Murray Park Amphitheater, in Murray, Utah.

David Thalmann’s setup for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Murray Arts Guild - Murray Park Amphitheater, in Murray, Utah.David Thalmann’s setup for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Murray Arts Guild - Murray Park Amphitheater, in Murray, Utah.

“This was the first time I've ever played with the orchestra on the stage. We were behind a large black screen that allowed us to watch the entire show. It was really quite fun.

Those chimes were made back in 1920.”

Gear:

  • Yamaha Vibraphone (YV-3910C Professional 3.5 Octave Gold Gloss)
  • Musser Bells (M-645 Orchestral)
  • Musser Xylophone (3.5 Octave M51 Kelon)
  • Chimes (made in 1920)
  • Timpani (4)
  • Congas (2)
  • LP Bongos
  • Meinl 6" Cuica
  • Grover Beryllium Copper Tambourine
  • RhythmTech Mountable DTS Tambourine
  • Woodblocks (2 - various and older)
  • RhythmTech Studio Series Cowbell
  • Zildjian 18" K Constantinople Suspended Cymbal
  • Zildjian Finger Cymbals (Medium)
  • Tam Tam
  • LP Cabasa
  • LP Flexatone
  • TreeWorks TRE630 Concert Chimes with Damper
  • LP Bell Tree
  • Toca Sleigh Bells
  • Various stands, holders and stool
  • And my favorite... (2) rear view mirrors

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Regional - David Thalmann
June 2012

David Thalmann’s setup for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Murray Arts Guild - Murray Park Amphitheater, in Murray, Utah.

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