The internet is a great resource for keeping
up with what’s going on and for studying the history of drumming.
It’s also endless. Keeping up with the ever-changing parade of percussion
sites is a big job, so I make my students do it (as part of their
internet homework). Here is my list of sites (with my students'
contributions, too). Some are good research sources, others will
keep you connected to the scene. All of them are worth checking
out. If you find any broken links let me know and I'll remove them.
want to include every good site on the web so if you know of one
that's not listed here, please e-mail me the
URL. If you want to link up,
contact me and we'll set it up.
matter how much time I put in on these links there will always
be important sites in the unfulfilled potential
category (stuff I've missed). Don't complain unless you send me the
site that fills the hole. Got it?
General Drums and Percussion
History and Theory
Chicago Drummers and Sites
Superior de Arte (no web site)
Mrs Sonia Ortega Bravo, Director,
Calle 120 No. 1110 entre 9 y 13
Municipio Playa,La Habana, Cuba
Tel. (53 7) 21 6075 Fax (53 7) 33 6633
and CMP Friends
Flying Carpet Percussion