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r/percussion
8.9k members
This is reddit's home base for all things that can be hit to make sound. We like to discuss everything from orchestral to marching to world percussion.
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r/Percussionists
6.1k members
Welcome to r/Percussionists
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r/marchingband
46.7k members
A place for all of us marching band geeks to get together and share spicy memes, help each other out, or just spread the love. Let's march forth… together!
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r/drums
174k members
r/Drums - The subreddit where drummers of all skill levels can discuss the world of percussion and share their grooves with the friendliest community on Earth.
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r/Showerthoughts
25.7m members
A subreddit for sharing those miniature epiphanies you have that highlight the oddities within the familiar.
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r/musictheory
498k members
A subreddit for people who care about composition, cognition, harmony, scales, counterpoint, melody, logic, math, structure, notation, and also the overall history and appreciation of music.
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r/classicalmusic
1.4m members
Whether you're a musician, a newbie, a composer or a listener, welcome. Please turn off your phone, and applaud between threads, not individual posts.
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r/coversongs
56.1k members
For lovers of musical reimagination... remixes, mashups and collaborations are welcome too.
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r/todayilearned
28.9m members
You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.
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r/whatisthisthing
2.1m members
If you have an object and you don't know what it is, this is the place for you to search for an answer. We may not know the "why" but we can help with the "what".
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r/lingling40hrs
274k members
Official subreddit for TwoSet Violin. For all you TwoSetters out there, who aspire to one day be the world's next Ling Ling. Show us your best dank memes & videos of you shredding.
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r/videos
26.6m members
Reddit's main subreddit for videos. Please read the sidebar below for our rules.
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r/UnusualInstruments
5.5k members
A place to share and discuss musical instruments that are unusual, rare, or just plain weird...
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r/drumline
13.2k members
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r/DeepIntoYouTube
3.1m members
A place to venture into the deep, dark depths of youtube to find things you never thought you would.
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r/Udu
51 members
A community for the African percussion instrument, the Udu or Ibo drum, as well as the Indian Ghatam and any other instrument resembling a percussive ceramic (or similar) vessel
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r/Mridangam
60 members
South Indian percussion representing.
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r/maracas
19 members
A Subreddit for the percussion instrument known as maracas, or rhumba-shakers and related shakers and rattles
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r/Kashaka
24 members
Kashaka, a.k.a, Asalato -- the simple percussion instrument
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r/vibraphone
823 members
Vibraphone, jazz and classic, contemporary music.
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r/AcousticGuitar
29.7k members
Welcome to AcousticGuitar! - a place for fingerstyle, flatpicking, tapping, body percussion and good old strumming. All styles are welcome here!
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r/orchestralauditions
307 members
Going through the grueling process of professional orchestral auditions? This sub is for you. A place to ask for advice, discuss upcoming auditions, or just vent about that one goddamn excerpt that you can't get right. We chose to put ourselves through this, after all. Right???
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r/Tabla
470 members
The tabla is a membranophone percussion instrument originating from the Indian subcontinent, consisting of a pair of drums, used in traditional, classical, popular and folk music. It has been a particularly important instrument in Hindustani classical music since the 18th century. The playing technique is complex and involves extensive use of the fingers and palms in various configurations to create a wide variety of different sounds and rhythms, reflected in mnemonic syllables (bol)
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r/AllThingsBand
22 members
All Things Band is a subreddit dedicated to the discussion of band instruments, ranging from woodwinds, brass, and to percussion. Any questions are encouraged, be it trying to clean your instrument, to help on a lick you've been given to practice. Instrumental players, unite!
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