- Drum kit
- Trap kit
- Trap set
- Traps (Drum set)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: New Harvard dict. of mus.: Drum set (collection of percussion instruments played by a single player; characteristic of jazz, rock, and other forms of American popular music; typically includes pedal-operated bass drum, snare drum, two or more tom-toms, cymbals, normally including hi-hat.)
- found: New Grove mus. inst. (drum set (drum kit, trap set); the term used for the basic equipment of the jazz drummer, and hence the related dance band and rock drummers; organized around a nucleus consisting of bass drum, snare drum, and suspended cymbal, with ancillary instruments being added according to the taste of the drummer and the style of music)
- found: New Grove dict. of jazz (evolved during the last two decades of the 19th century)
- found: LC database, July 29, 1996 (drum set, drumset)
- 2001-03-08: new
- 2007-04-20: revised
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