Some articles on drums, drum:
... In military and para-military organizations the term "pipes and drums" is used when referring to an ensemble of Highland bagpipes and drums, but the ... However, in most cases the pipes and drums in a Scottish or Irish infantry regiment constitute a machine gun or mortar platoon (as the Corps of Drums does in an English or Welsh infantry regiment) ... As a result, in addition to being musicians, members of the pipes and drums must also be qualified fighting soldiers ...
... Neumann – vocals/bass guitar Jonttu Virta – lead guitar Juha Seittonen – drums (1983) Pertti Neumann – vocals/rhytmn guitar Jonttu Virta – lead guitar Jarkko Eve – bass guitar/vocals Tuomo ... lead guitar Jarkko Eve – bass guitar/vocals Pekka Kuorikoski – keyboards Vesa Aaltonen – drums (1/2003–6/2004) Band was broken (6/2004–5/2005) Pertti Neumann – vocals/rhytmn guitar Hombre Lampinen ...
... trumpets, mellophones, trombones, baritones, sousaphones, snare drums, tenor drums, bass drums, and cymbals ...
... Vistalite drums were a line of acrylic PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) drums produced by the Ludwig Drum company, introduced in 1972 ... Bill Zickos was the father of the acrylic drums ...
... Records) – As Paul Caravello, played drums and performed backing vocals on all tracks Bryan Adams Cuts Like a Knife (1983, A M Records) – Co-wrote "Don't Leave Me. 1984, JEM/Passport Records) – Drums on "Legends Never Die" and co-wrote "Ain't None of Your Business" Frehley's Comet (1987, Atlanic/Megaforce Records), Ace Frehley Frehley's Comet, Greatest Hits ...
Famous quotes containing the word drums:
“It was soldiers went marching over the rocks
And still the birds came, came in watery flocks,
Because it was spring and the birds had to come.
No doubt that soldiers had to be marching
And that drums had to be rolling, rolling, rolling.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Signal smokes, war drums, feathered bonnets against the western sky. New messiahs, young leaders are ready to hurl the finest light cavalry in the world against Fort Stark. In the Kiowa village, the beat of drums echoes in the pulsebeat of the young braves. Fighters under a common banner, old quarrels forgotten, Comanche rides with Arapaho, Apache with Cheyenne. All chant of war. War to drive the white man forever from the red mans hunting ground.”
—Frank S. Nugent (19081965)
“With drums and guns, and guns and drums
The enemy nearly slew ye,
My darling dear, you look so queer,
Och, Johnny, I hardly knew ye!”
—Unknown. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye (l. Chorus.)