Drum (disambiguation)

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A drum is a musical instrument.

Drum or drums may also refer to:

Drums and drum-shaped items[edit]

  • Drum (communication), a communication device
  • Drum (container), a type of cylindrical container
  • Drum brake, an automotive braking system
  • Drum kit (or drum set or trap set), a collection of drums, cymbals, and potentially other percussion instruments
  • Drum magazine, a cylindrical container for ammunition
  • Drum memory, an early form of computer memory used in the 1950s and 1960s
  • Drum or tholobate, in architecture, the lower part of a dome or cupola in the shape of a cylinder or prism
  • Electronic drum, in which sound is generated by an electronic waveform generator or sampler instead of by acoustic vibration
  • Drum, the photoreceptor in a laser printer


  • Drum (fish), any of several fish in the family Sciaenidae


  • Andrew B. Drum (1883–1955), officer in the United States Marine Corps
  • Augustus Drum (1815–1858), Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
  • Chris Drum (born 1974), New Zealand cricketer
  • Damian Drum (born 1960), Australian politician and former footballer and coach
  • George W. Drum (1925–1997), early leader in automobile club circles
  • Henry Drum, American politician
  • Hugh Aloysius Drum (1879–1951), American general for whom Fort Drum is named
  • Joseph Drum (1874–1926), American footballer and coach
  • Julius Drum (1958–2007), Native American actor
  • Kevin Drum (born 1958), American political blogger
  • Marcus Drum (born 1987), Australian footballer
  • Maximilian Drum (born 1991), German footballer
  • Richard C. Drum (1825–1909), Adjutant General of the United States Army from 1880 to 1889



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