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Nellie Bly Oil Drum – The woman behind the 55-gallon steel oil drum
"Her steel barrels ultimately became the ubiquitous 55-gallon steel drums of today."
Early Steelpan History – In A Nutshell
a collection of links, quotes and images about very early steelpans
Two face Bass – Porta pan – invention by Jim Phillip
Two face bass- Innovation by Trinidadian Jim “Jimi” Phillip - Porta pan
Steelband Music in Trinidad and Tobago: The Creation of a People’s Music
Video produced and narrated by Professor Emeritus of Sociology William R. Aho. Minute 14: Winston Spree Simon speaking
Trinbagopan: ‘Spree’ Simon did not invent Pan
Description: Article from trinbagopan.com says Spree Simon bought the historical pan, not made it himself.
Steelpan: Trinidad Und Tobago Bureau Of Standards
In 1988, a committee was formed within the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards to standardize the pan.
Steelpan became the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago
On this day – 30th August 1992, the steelpan became the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago. The steelpan (or pan for short) is a musical instrument indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago and is the only acoustic musical instrument to be invented in the 20th century.
Reto Weber – the Spark that started a Handpan fire
Musician Reto Weber is visiting PANArt and describes an instrument, that he wishes for.
Book: Steel Pan Tuning – a Handbook for Steel Pan Making and Tuning
by Ulf Kronman. Stockholm, December 1991.
Term “Hang” by PANArt
The first time the term “Hang” appears publicly is in the context of PANart’s presentation at the special show “Exempla” at the International Crafts Fair in Munich in march 2000.
Early Hang was with borders and nipples
The first Hang instruments had sharp borders and little nipples.
PANArt Hang Presentation Munich
presentation without patent and price for outstanding technical archievement in craftsmanship
Publication by PANArt: “PANArt Papers”
Presented by PANArt at the Conference on New Developments of the Steelpan, The Holiday Inn – La Villette, Paris, France – 20th of May 2000
Article, NZZ 9/2000 “Arbeiten am Wohlklang” (german)
article about PANArt Hang (Original: german, translated to en by DeepL)
PANArt in Trinidad at „International Conference on the Science and Technology of the Steelpan“
"In the same year, we accepted an invitation to the first International Conference on Steelpan Science and Technology (ICSTS 2000) in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, where we presented our pang instruments and our research results. "It sounds like in the old days". This was the reaction of the scholars of Trinidad. For us this meant a confirmation, because it was indeed the sound of the old steel bands that had inspired us. "