SB 10.71.29

sūta-māgadha-gandharvā
 vandinaś copamantriṇaḥ
mṛdaṅga-śaṅkha-paṭaha
 vīṇā-paṇava-gomukhaiḥ
brāhmaṇāś cāravindākṣaṁ
 tuṣṭuvur nanṛtur jaguḥ
Synonyms: 
sūta — bards; māgadha — chroniclers; gandharvāḥ — demigods known for their singing; vandinaḥ — eulogists; ca — and; upamantriṇaḥ — jesters; mṛdaṅga — with mṛdaṅga drums; śaṅkha — conchshells; paṭaha — kettledrums; vīṇā — vīṇās; paṇava — a smaller drum; gomukhaiḥ — and gomukha horns; brāhmaṇāḥ — brāhmaṇas; ca — as well; aravinda-akṣam — the lotus-eyed Lord; tuṣṭuvuḥ — glorified with hymns; nanṛtuḥ — danced; jaguḥ — sang.
Translation: 
Sūtas, Māgadhas, Gandharvas, Vandīs, jesters and brāhmaṇas all glorified the lotus-eyed Lord — some reciting prayers, some dancing and singing — as mṛdaṅgas, conchshells, kettledrums, vīṇās, paṇavas and gomukhas resounded.