Hot Pans - Stockholm Steelband
© Ulf Kronman, The Pan Page. Publisher: Musikmuseet, Stockholm, Sweden.

References and index

References

Ad Hoc Specification Committee on Steel Pan (1989): "Proposal for a Trinidad and Tobago Standard - Glossary of Terms Relating to the Steel Pan. TTS 1 45 000.", Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards.

Alexis, C., O'Connor, A. & Rossing, T. (1986): "Tonal design and tuning of Caribbean steel drums", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 80. No. Sup.1, pp. S102.

Borde, P. (1973): "The Sounds of Trinidad; the Development of the Steel Drum Bands", Black Perspective, Vol. I. No. 1, pp. 45-49.

Caribbean Quarterly. Vol. 4, nos. 3 - 4.

Fletcher, N. (1978): "Mode locking in nonlinearly excited inharmonic musical oscillators", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 64. No. 6, pp. 1566-69.

Fletcher, N. (1985): "Nonlinear frequency shifts in quasispherical-cap shells: Pitch glide in Chinese gongs", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 78. No. 6, pp. 2069-73.

Fletcher, N. (1986): "Nonlinearities in Musical Acoustics", Acoustics Australia, Vol. 14. No. 3, pp. 72-74.

Fletcher, N & Rossing, T. (1991): "The Physics of Musical Instruments", ISBN 0-387-96947-0. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Gibson, G. (1986): "Ellie Mannette on the beginnings of pan in Trinidad", Percussive Notes, Vol. 24(4). No. 34, pp. 36-37.

Goddard, George (1991): "Forty Years in the Steelbands. 1939-1979." Edited by Roy D. Thomas. Karia Press, 41 Rheola Close, London N17 9 TR. ISBN 1-85465-034-3 Pb.

Hampton, C., Alexis, C. & Rossing, T. (1987): "Note Coupling in Caribbean Steel Drums", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 82. No. Sup.1, pp. S68.

Hansen U. & Rossing, T. (1987): "Modal Analysis of a Caribbean Steel Drum", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 82. No. Sup.1, pp. S68.

Hansen U., Hampton, S. & Rossing, T. (1989): "Acoustics of Caribbean Steel Drums", 13th International Congress on Acoustics. Yugoslavia. 1989., pp. 41-44.

Kronman, U. & Jansson, E. (1988): "Acoustics of the Steelpan; Tone Generation and Tuning - An Introductory Study of Methods for Measurements.", STL-QPSR, No. 4/1988, pp. 59-73.

Malm, K (1988): "The African Heritage in the Trinidad Steelband and its Music". Conference manuscript for the ITCM colloquium in Havanna.

Morin, Francine L. (1988): "A Descriptive Study of a Canadian Elementary Educator's Experience with the Trinidad Tradition of Steelband", University of North Dakota.

O'Connor A. (Ed.) (1981): "Steel Drums - Pan, heartbeat of a nation", Percussive Notes, Vol. 19. No. 3, pp. 54-60.

Rossing, T. (1976): "Acoustics of percussion instruments, part I", The Physics Teacher, Vol. 14, pp. 546-55.

Rossing, T. (1977): "Acoustics of percussion instruments, part II", The Physics Teacher, Vol. 15, pp. 278-88.

Rossing, T. (1982): "Chimes and bells", Percussive Notes, Vol. 19. No. 3, pp. 42-57.

Rossing, T. (1982): "Nonlinear effects in Percussion instruments", Percussive Notes, Vol. 19. No. 3, pp. 68-72.

Rossing, T. & Fletcher, N. (1983): "Nonlinear vibrations in plates and gongs", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 17. No. 1, pp. 345-51.

Rossing, T. & Peterson R. (1982): "Vibrations of Plates, Gongs and Cymbals", Percussive Notes, Vol. 19. No. 3.

Rossing, T. & Shepherd, R. (1982): "Vibrational Modes of Plates and Cymbals", Proc. of the 1st internat. conf. on Modal Analysis, Orlando. 1982.

Rossing, T. & Shepherd, R. B. (1983): "Acoustics of Cymbals", 11e ICA, pp. 329 - 333.

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Index

This is the printed index from the book converted to raw HTML.

  • abutment
  • acoustic coupling
  • acoustic energy 48; 49
  • acoustic impedance 48
  • Ad Hoc Specification Committee on Steel Pan 37
  • address 67
  • air pressure 53
  • Alexander's Ragtime Band 2
  • Alto
  • amplifier 34
  • anneal 46
  • Anthony Williams 56
  • anti-nodes 40
  • arch 66
  • arch shape 49
  • area 49; 51
  • backing hammer 63
  • bar instruments 41
  • Baritone 60
  • bending iron 64
  • biscuit tins 2; 3
  • boom 3
  • bore pan 32; 48
  • bore-reed pan 33
  • brake drums 3
  • cannon ball 63
  • carbon 45; 47
  • Caribbean Industrial Research Institute 36
  • CARIRI 36; 67
  • Carlton Forde 2
  • cast iron 63
  • cents 44
  • Channel 66
  • chromatic scale 60
  • circle of fifths 57
  • circumference 56
  • Clifford Alexis 61
  • cold-hardening 46
  • Collapsable drums 34
  • complex tone 39
  • compressive tension 51
  • concave 50; 66
  • contact time 54
  • conversion diagram 56
  • Conversion table 56; 65
  • Convex 66
  • cooling 47
  • crafting 46
  • crowbar 64
  • crystal structure 46
  • cutlass 64
  • cylindrical arch 50
  • cymbals 45
  • dB 39
  • decibels 39
  • definition 65
  • dent 66
  • Denzil Fernandez 32; 33; 35; 48; 49
  • Department for Industrial Engineering 37
  • Desperadoes Steelband 35
  • diminished chord 60
  • dissonant 44
  • distortion 44
  • double groove 52; 57
  • double guitar pan 59
  • double second 58
  • double tenor 57
  • drum 66
  • dudup 3
  • dustbins 2; 3
  • electrical oven 37
  • Ellie Manette 58
  • Elliot "Ellie" Manette 3
  • ergonomy 51
  • exitation 53
  • fifths-and-fourths 56
  • flageolet 43
  • Four pan 34; 59
  • frequency 39
  • fundamental 40; 43; 51; 54
  • gauge 65
  • gongs 45
  • groove 32; 48; 66
  • groove area 49
  • Groove width 48
  • grooving 33; 48
  • grooving hammer 64
  • grooving impact 48
  • hardening 46
  • hardness 54
  • harmonic partials 43
  • harmonic series 40
  • harmonic tone 40; 52
  • harmonic tones 40
  • Herman Johnson 56
  • Hertz 39
  • higher partials 43
  • history 2
  • hypothesis 44
  • Hz 39
  • idiophone 42
  • inch 56
  • Invader style 59
  • Invaders 3
  • iron 3
  • jazz 50
  • Krister Malm 2
  • large second 58
  • lathe 36
  • Lawrence "Egar" Mayers 4
  • Lawrence Mayers 33; 56; 57; 58
  • layout 51
  • length 49; 51
  • Lincoln Enterprises Ltd. 68
  • loudness 39
  • loudspeaker 43
  • low tenor 57
  • major chord 59
  • major chords 60
  • major second 52
  • manganese 45
  • mas 3
  • measurements 43; 44
  • measures 56
  • measuring-tape 56
  • membrane 41
  • metal 45
  • Metal Industries Company Ltd. 68
  • Metal Industries Corporation 46
  • Metal Industries Corporation Ltd. 36
  • metal thickness 65
  • MIC 35; 36; 46; 68
  • microphone 34
  • millimetres 56
  • milliseconds 45
  • mm 56
  • ms 45
  • musical scale 39
  • nail-punch 33; 64
  • name 67
  • naming 66
  • National Steelband Music Festival 32
  • nine bass 61
  • node line 43
  • nodes 40
  • non-linear 42; 50; 51; 54
  • Non-linear effects 45
  • Non-linearity 44
  • normal modes 40; 43
  • Note 66
  • note layout 52
  • note shape 49
  • Note size 48; 62
  • octave 43; 51
  • oil drum 3
  • oil drums 3
  • onset 43
  • Over-sized tenor 34
  • overtone generation 50
  • overtones 40; 51
  • oxidation 47
  • pan models 66
  • Pan Trinbago 1; 37; 67
  • partials 39; 40; 50; 52
  • percussion instruments 41
  • period time 54
  • Peter Seeger 1
  • Phase II Steelband 35
  • ping-pong 3; 56
  • pitch 39; 40; 49; 62
  • plastic deformation 50
  • plate 41
  • Press form sinking 37
  • press-form 46
  • professional tuner 67
  • punch 63
  • Quadrophonic pan 34; 52; 59
  • Radial 66
  • radial grooves 56
  • Ray Holman 2
  • research 37; 39; 42
  • research committee on pan 36
  • research project 58
  • resonance 33; 40
  • reverb 52
  • reverberation 53
  • Rocket pan 35
  • Royal Institute of Technology 42
  • Rudolph Charles Pan Innovation Award 32
  • Rudy Smith 4; 56; 57; 58; 60; 61; 65
  • ruler 56
  • semitone interval 52
  • shell 41
  • shot-put 63
  • sine wave 44; 45
  • sinkers 3
  • sinking 47; 60; 61
  • sinking sledge-hammer 63
  • sinking templates 62
  • six bass 61
  • skirt 52; 66
  • small second 58
  • Smith Guitar Pan 60
  • smoothing hammer 64
  • softening 33; 35
  • soprano 56
  • sound 39
  • sound pressure level 39
  • sound waves 40
  • spectral analysis 39
  • spectrogram 39; 44
  • spider web 56
  • Spin form sinking 36
  • stainless steel 33
  • standard 66
  • standardisation 37
  • standardization 57
  • standing wave 40
  • stands 57; 58
  • steel drum 3; 65
  • Steel drums 65
  • steel mill 45
  • Steel Pan 65
  • steel pan factory 36
  • steelband 3
  • stick 35; 64
  • sticks 53; 65
  • stiffness 41; 50
  • stretching 50
  • string 41
  • suppressive tension 51
  • Tamboo Bamboo 2
  • Tangential 67
  • tangential length 56
  • tempering 33; 37; 46
  • templates 35
  • Ten bass 34
  • tenor 52; 57; 58
  • tenor bass 60
  • tension 41; 50; 51
  • tensions 46
  • theoretical models 39
  • thickness 46; 65
  • tilted 61
  • timbre 39; 51; 53
  • tone generation 50; 51
  • transport 34
  • Trinidad 57
  • Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards 37; 68
  • triple cello pan 60
  • tuning 51
  • tuning device 65
  • Tuning hammers 64
  • tuning philosophies 50
  • tuning stick 64
  • Twelve bass 34
  • University of the West Indies 37
  • vibraphones 41
  • vibrational energy 48
  • vibrational mode 39
  • vibrations 39
  • volume 65
  • wedges 35; 64
  • weight 65
  • width 49
  • Winston "Spree" Simon 3
  • xylophones 41