These are the percussion jokers, primarily drummers but also piano players, players of cymbals and bells, and at least two accordion players. Take a look. Here’s one typical dummer.
At the bottom, I explain that there are percussion jokers elsewhere in the collection for various reasons such as they might a part of ensemble (which has its own section) or have a two headed design which would put it in the topsy turvy section.
There's also this one who is in the clown section although he's clearly drumming.
|Drummer Clown in Clown Section|
And these dancers who have no wands, they have cymbals! Are they mis-categorized? Should I move them?
|Tambourine Jokers Currently in the Dancing No Wands Section|
And in the midst of the performers section (with no cards), I find these two who should also be moved to the percussion section.
|Tambourine Jokers Currently in the Performers Section|
There are another eight percussion jokers in the musical ensemble section so that the groups can stay together. For example:
Here are the ensemble shots of my percussion section.
This next section has the cymbalists and the bell players.
More cymbals plus a harlequin tambourine player and a rabbit with some sort of drum. There are also the piano players who oddly, count as percussion (even though they are stringed).
There are two below with instruments that I am hard pressed to identify. Perhaps they are rattles?
Want to see more musical jokers?
- Stringed Instruments
- Wind Instruments: (the flute players recently split into their own section)
- Percussion including piano. this page!
- Musical Ensembles (to keep joker sets together)
There are also jokers with real musicians which are in the real people section. And Elvis, the King, of course has his own section.