• “Método de Movimiento para Marimba” (L. H. Stevens) is already available. This Spanish edition was translated by David Valdés. 

 

• During this confinement period I´ll be broadcasting live lessons via Facebook. Visit my wall to get timetables and more information.

 

• On February 24th the blog was updated with an article describing how I built my own Renaissance drum.

 

• On November 25th the blog was updated with an article dealing with Premier #632 snare strainers.

 

• The Orquesta de la Universidad de Oviedo will use my instruments for its December concerts.

 

• Latest acquisitions: a 22” Zildjian Kerope ride, a 19” Masterwork Symphonic suspended cymbal, a vintage Premier woodblock, a vintage Premier cowbell, a 14”x3” John Grey Broadway snare drum, a Premier 188 bass drum, a vintage Chinese tomtom and two medieval nakers.

• On June 6th, the blog was updated with more information on Russian cymbal notation.

 

• The Orquesta de la Universidad de Oviedo will use my baroque timps in its June concerts.

 

• On May 31st, the blog was updated with an article on Russian cymbal notation.

 

• On May 24th and 25th, the Akademie für Alte Musik used my baroque timps and rope bass drum in his Spanish tour.

 

• On may 24th, the blog was updated with the fourth and last article of the series on how I built my own historical rope drum.

 

• The Orquesta de la Universidad de Oviedo used my baroque timps in its May concerts.

 

• On May 15th, the blog was updated with an article describing how I made my own sponge sticks.