The Crash at Fasila Music

The crash is a cymbal with a diameter varying from 14 to 24 inches. It owes its name to the homophony between the English pronunciation of its name and the sound it projects: at first very powerful, intense and then attenuating at a rate varying according to the metal or the alloy from which Made the cymbal. It is often part of the composition of a drum.

In popular music, it is usually used to mark a variation in musical progression or accentuate certain highlights.