Ceramic Musical Instruments
The internet is full of resources and information about ceramic musical instruments. The list below includes many that I refer to often:
Images of Ceramic Musical Instruments
- Flickr Group: Musical Instrument Makers – This group includes images other than ceramic musical instruments, but it is a great source of inspiration.
- Flickr Group: Ceramic Whistles – Fischietti – silbatos – siurell You’ll find several of my flutes and whistles featured here.
- Flickr Group: Ceramic Musical Instruments
- Google Image Search for “Ceramic Musical Instruments“
Ceramic Musical Instrument Makers
- Susan Rawcliffe
- Barry Hall: How to Make a Ceramic Ocarina
- Cloud McCleod: Rare Earth Flutes
- Janet Kozachek: Art of Janet Kozacheck blog – another Mud to Music fan.
- Gabe Turow: Stone Instruments – Gabe makes a variety of ceramic instruments with multiple combinations. He also records his work.
Discussion Groups about Ceramic Musical Instruments
- Yahoo Groups: Ceramic Musical Instruments – Discussion is moderated by Barry Hall. Be sure to check out the Gallery pages where group members post images of their instruments.
- The Ocarina Network – There is a specific discussion area for Ocarina Makers where you may ask questions about instrument construction. This is an active site. Your questions will be answered quickly.
- Burnt Earth – Barry Hall’s site that includes information about live performance and music on CD.
- MusicalMud Studios – Mostly percussion instruments, but great images and information.
- Clay-Wood-Winds Robin Hodgkinson’s web site with images of his amazingly creative Spirit Vessels.
- Richard Baxter’s site includes information on the history of ceramic musical instruments as well as a large number of images of his personal work.
- Susan Rawcliffe – maker of numerous ceramic musical instruments (including one featured on the cover of From Mud to Music)