frame drum music

This page is devoted to the musical works of members of the FrameDrummers Group at Yahoo.

About the FDG

Layne Redmond, Florida USAThis Yahoo! group of 400 members (and growing)was founded in October of 2000 by Dell Taylor, a student of Layne Redmond.

Eliana Gilad, IsraelIt is a platform for professional, amateur, and hobbyist players to engage with each other in discussing this ancient and global family of percussion instruments.

Ganesh Anandan, an Indian living in CanadaThe group includes players, students, builders, designers, teachers, ethnomusicologists, those with a vast knowledge, those with a passing interest, those who contribute and those who simply read and digest.

Peyman Nasehpour,  IranOur membership is drawn from all 4 corners of the globe. This diversity is reflected both in the range of instruments used and in the influences of the playing styles demonstrated on the FDG CD.

Emiliano Benevides , a Brazilian living in San FransiscoThese pictures may take awhile to load, but will give you an idea of the diversity of the group. These are not all the artists on the CD, incidentally, just the ones I currently have a picture of..Bodhraness Catherine, UKMore images and links to fdg member websites and sound files are still to come.

Mouse over their image to read who they are and click to go to their website, if they have one..

N. Scott Robinson, Ohio USAMauro Gatto, ItalySteven Rice, USA
Bill Smith, USADaid Kuckhermann , Germany
Art Durkee, USAJudy Piazza, USABrendan Dunn USA

Eric Stuer Texas USAPaul Marshall, Northern Ireland

The Goblet Drumming Group is an offshoot of the Frame Drummers' group, formed by Peyman Nasehpour of Iran and Eric Stuer of the USA. The idea of a CD Project actually began in that group, and a CD is indeed being planned for that group as well.

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FrameDrummers Group
(The FDG)

The FDG CD Project!

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Your contribution helps to support independent (non-RIAA) music on the Web. The cost of the two CD set is $15.00 US, plus $5 for shipping and handling.

TOTAL:$20.00.
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Click on the link above, you will be sending a PayPal payment to Paul Marshall in Ireland, and shipping will be from there as well. Approximate time of arrival is 3-4 days..

The project Title, Frames Without Borders, was chosen by the group. It is intended to reflect the drum's diaspora, and the desire of the contributors to transcend geographical and political boundaries, to emphasize our common humanity while expressing deep cultural elements in a musical language we all understand, a language of the heart.

The sole criterion for inclusion in this project was membership in the Frame Drummers Group. The recording quality and proficiencies of the performers therefore do vary. It has been our intention to reflect the many styles and levels of talent and skill, rather than "the best of". In doing so, we hope to represent our group as a community, and as a source of encouragement for fellow frame drummers around the world.

(Click on a page below to see the enlargement.)

The introduction, written kindly by Glen Velez.The intro to the group and the project, written by Paul Marshall.beginning lineup of CD 12nd half of the first CD.
CD 2 first half2nd half of the 2nd CD. back coverartwork beneath the CD

 

Artists (in order of appearance): Eric Stuer, Ganesh Anandan, Layne Redmond and Tommy Brunjes, Brendan Dunn, Fern Filner, Deen Collier, Bill Smith, Hyndla Kensdottir, Eliana Gilad, David Kuckhermann, Jacky Ligon, Rick Walker & Paul Marshall, Kobi Hagoel, Art Durkee, N. Scott Robinson, Emiliano Benevides, Judy Piazza, Peyman Nasehpour, Bodhraness Catherine, Dennis Maberry, Mike Marcionetti, Mauro Gatto, Lynn Margileth, Steven Rice, Grant Smith

Artwork: Arash Sharifi (Front Cover)
Art Durkee (Insert Tray Images ad back of liner)
Deen Collier (Back cover)
Also, thanks go to Dell for creating the group, to Glen Velez for his support in writing the intro, to everyone who has given selflessly of their art, time and effort to making this group project possible.

For more frame drum links, visit Rhythmweb's Frame Drum Central


Deen CollierGrant Smith, USARick Walker California USAKobi Hagoel, Israel

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