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Limbo Dancer and Steel Band
(Pereira and Co.Ltd, Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I., 2009-02-10)
A dancer manoeuvres under the limbo stick while musicians play the steel drums. Postcard number P35209.
Automatic classification of drum sounds with indefinite pitch
(International Neural Network Society – INNSIEEE Computational Intelligence SocietyKillarney, 2015-07)
Automatic classification of musical instruments is an important task for music transcription as well as for professionals such as audio designers, engineers and musicians. Unfortunately, only a limited amount of effort has ...
(H.O. Thomas, Port of Spain, Trinidad, 2009-02-10)
Description on the postcard: “Greetings from Tobago “Our Boys” Scarborough, Tobago.” Image of a group of steel pan musicians from the Tobago steelband called "Our Boys". Postcard number 38425.
[Two steelpan men]
(Guardian Litho, [Trinidad and Tobago], 2011-03-10)
The postcard shows two men, each playing the steelpan, the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago. Also printed on the postcard is a three course menu.
Caribbean Music Man
(Mogo, St. Croix, V.I., 2009-03-27)
A hand screened painting depicting a man playing a steelpan. The stamp has been removed, the postcard is postmarked February 20th, 1963. The postcard is addressed to Miss Augusta Kenya, Rhode Island, U.S.A.
Celebration of the Modern Steel Drum
(Sunday Express, 14-Jul-96)
Pannists Andy Narell and Ken "Professor" Philmore are schedule to be a part of West Virginia University's steelband workshop 1996. The workshop will feature the unveiling of a new instrument by Narell and veteran Invaders ...
From Oil Drum to Sweet Pan
(Trinidad Guardian, 23-Jul-74)
Wayne Charles in the first of a three-part series on the nature of pan explains the scientific and artistic process of transforming a crude oil drum into a refined and superb musical instrument. Pan tuning is a unique art ...
Steel Drum Inventor is 'Stradivarius of Steel'
(Trinidad Guardian, 3-Oct-02)
The steel drum may have come from the islands of the Caribbean but many who want to learn to play or build the instrument are travelling to the hills of Appalachia. The man known as the "Stradivarius of steel" has put down ...