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The Dallas Wind Symphony, Frederick Fennell, Conductor Powerful music for organ, winds, brass and percussion....A heart-stopping sonic experience...Very impressive! Praise The Lord With Drums and Cymbals, Sigfried Karg-Elert Alleluja! Laudamus Te, Alfr. Return Policy Exception: This product can not be returned. But it can be exchanged if defective, for the exact same title.
Instruments: Organ, Percussion, Drums, Brass, Cymbal, Piano and Keyboard
The first step towards experiencing the fun of playing rock music. This book & CD package will guide you through everything you need to know to begin playing rock drums. Topics include practice tips, note values, eighth- and sixteenth-note variations, the bass drum, fill ideas for each groove, open hi-hat technique, two-bar patterns, ride cymbal technique, rock ballads and shuffles, developing a groove with a bass player, three play-along charts, warm-ups and much more.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Drum Set, Cymbal, Guitar
The first step towards experiencing the fun of playing blues music. This book & CD package will guide you through everything you need to know to begin playing blues drums. Topics include practice tips, note values, shuffle patterns, slow blues patterns, alternate cymbal patterns for a shuffle, hi-hat coordination exercises, bass drum variations, blues rumba, the open hi-hat sound, the "Steve Gadd Shuffle," new fill ideas, developing a groove with a bass player, four play-along charts and much more.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Drum Set, Cymbal, Guitar
Triangle, sus. cymbal, crash cymbal, gong, bongos, snare drum, tenor drum, bass drum, timpani.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Drums
For four players. The opening "fanfare" gives way to a hard-driving groove that cooks to the end! Each player has a written solo to allow them all to shine. This piece is a must for contest or festival! Instrumentation: bongos and china cymbal, congas and china cymbal, tom toms and china cymbal, bass drum and china cymbal.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Cymbal, Guitar
Only Mark Hayes could write such a spectacularly beautiful arrangement of this timeless, emotional Irish air. It opens expressively, with an optional flute, and builds, but culminates in a touching, pianissimo re-statement of the melody that takes your breath away! It's emotionally and musically fulfilling; your choirs will perform it year after year. Along with the flute, an optional percussion part (bells and cymbal) is included in the publication.
Instruments: Choir, Flute, Percussion, Bells, Cymbal, Vocal, Woodwinds
A collection of 120 drum set exercises designed to help the beginning to intermediate drummer develop coordination, independence and accompanying skills between the snare and bass drum while keeping steady jazz time on the ride cymbal. The play-along tracks will help students develop the ability to recognize the 12-bar blues and 32-bar AABA form, two of the most popular song forms in jazz music. Practicing with the tracks will also help you develop better clock time and should inspire some creative interaction with the recorded music. Exercises include patterns using quarter notes, quarter and eighth note combinations, and triplets and other combinations. The 32-bar AABA song form is practiced with and without drums, and at slow and fast tempos with a bass track. The 12-bar blues form is practiced with various combinations including drums, bass, both, or neither. All tempos from the CD are indicated in the book. A helpful glossary of musical signs and symbols is also included.
Instruments: Choir, Bass Guitar, Drums, Drum Set, Other, Cymbal, Vocal, Guitar, Percussion
For four players and conductor. Del Borgo introduces the grade I and II percussionist to ensemble playing through homophonic writing for four players and conductor. Standard instrumentation is used, with the fun of bongos, claves, the suspended cymbal or gong and woodblocks. Instrumentation: snare drum, triangles, bongos, woodblock, bells, tom-toms, suspended cymbal, timpani, claves, large suspended cymbal or gong.
Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Drums
Portraits for Multiple Percussion (50 Solos for Multiple Percussion Setup Based on the Rhythms of Po
The famous rhythms of the Portraits in Rhythm snare drum etudes by Anthony J. Cirone have now been transcribed for a multiple percussion setup (bass drum, four concert toms, two bongos, five temple blocks, three wood blocks, three cowbells, two suspended cymbals, triangle, and gong). This folio, though advanced, is perfect for the aspiring percussionist.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Drums
Through the use of an innovative mirror system, Double Bass Drumming develops each foot equally, providing the player with the maximum flexibility for playing creative patterns. The book includes: over 500 realistic double-bass grooves based on eighth-note, sixteenth-note and triplet feels; snare drum and cymbal variations that expand each pattern's potential use in a variety of musical styles; and an 87-track CD that demonstrates key grooves from each section of the book. Whether you use two bass drums or a double pedal, this book/CD pack will help you increase technique, control and stamina while providing a wealth of practical grooves that can be applied to a wide range of playing situations.
Instruments: Double Bass, Bass Guitar, Drums, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Strings, Guitar, Percussion
A book for all levels of players, this publication deals with hand patterns over double bass. The emphasis in each chapter is on cymbal and snare drum variations over straight sixteenth-note double bass drums in 2/4. Chapter One concentrates on the snare drum, Chapter Two on the cymbal, and Chapter Three puts it all together.
Instruments: Double Bass, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Strings, Guitar
A melodic rondo for five players. Instrumentation: bells, xylophone, vibraphone, snare drum, tenor drum, bass drum, timpani, cymbals, triangle, finger cymbals, woodblock, and castanets.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Drums
An energetic piece for five players. Easy tempo changes and accelerandos make this piece a lot of fun to play. Instrumentation: snare drum, 3 toms, bass drum, cymbals, 2 timpani (no tuning changes).
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Guitar, Drums
The Ultimate Beginner Series is designed to help you take the first step toward experiencing the fun of playing music. This program shows you the blues shuffle, alternate cymbal patterns for a shuffle, hi-hat coordination exercises, a slow blues groove and more! Blues Drums, Step Two takes you one step further in the art of blues drumming. This program demonstrates bass drum variations, a blues rhumba, the open hi-hat sound, the "Steve Gadd shuffle," new fill ideas and much more. A great band is also featured to further demonstrate each beat and fill in a musical context.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Cymbal, Guitar
For four players. A quartet using the standard percussion battery, this work explores the often-overlooked expressive qualities of percussion instruments. A number of unique but easy-to-learn techniques give the players a variety of new sounds to explore, and the challenge of playing this quiet and haunting piece will bring a new understanding of their instruments. This is a great piece for "in-between" the hard-driving works. Instrumentation: Player 1: snare drum, low tom-tom, chimes; Player 2: tam-tam, suspended cymbal, sizzle cymbal, sleigh bells, 3 temple blocks or 3 mounted woodblocks; Player 3: bass drum, maracas; Player 4: 3 timpani, large suspended cymbal.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Guitar, Drums
For four players. This classic percussion suite is scored for four players, each performing (at different times) on three different instruments. The four movements are: March for Membranes, Dance o' Woods, Metallics, and Finale. Instrumentation: small snare drum, snare drumsticks, triangle, street drum, small woodblock, suspended cymbal (medium), bass drum, large woodblock, suspended cymbal (large), timpani, temple blocks (3), bells.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar
Ragtime is a piece that grew directly out of the 'Ragtime' section of A Soilder's Tale. It is scored for a small chamber orchestra of eleven instruments: flute, clarinet, two horns, trombone, big drum, snare drum, side drum, cymbals, cimbalom, first and second violin, viola and double bass. The cimbalom assumes a prominent, almost soloistic role, as Stravinsky only became aware of it in 1915, and sought to use it whenever possible there after.
Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Viola, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Guitar, Drums, Percussion
Enormous demands are placed on the control and manual dexterity of the contemporary drum set player, particularly in the Jazz idiom. Today's drummer is expected to have developed limb coordination to a degree that would have been thought unachievable a few short years ago. This text presents an effective method of dealing with the mastery of drum set coordination by breaking it down into four sections: 1) Ride Cymbal - Right hand; 2) Snare Drum - Left hand; 3) Bass Drum - Right foot; 4) Hi-hat - Left foot. The author clearly states his goals in writing this book:.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Drums, Drum Set, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Guitar, Percussion
The bestselling book Conga Drumming comes to life in this Beginner's Video Guide with Jorge Bermudez - a dynamic teacher with 20 years of professional playing and recording experience with groups like Pablo Cruise, Crowded House, and the Gipsy Kings. Conga Drumming's authors Alan Dworsky and Betsy Sansby help with the teaching and Scott Sansby plays shekere, maracas, and cymbals in the ensemble performances. Learn authentic conga parts for calypso, rumba, conga, bomba and bembe The secret of. Return Policy Exception: This product can not be returned. But it can be exchanged if defective, for the exact same title.
Instruments: Percussion, Cymbal
For five players. The 1968 San Francisco Symphony tour of Japan provided the inspiration for this work which includes the old Japanese melody "Moon Over the Ruined Castle." It contains a conductor's score and parts for the five players. Instrumentation includes: orchestra bells, temple blocks, bamboo sticks (Player 1); xylophone, woodblocks, bamboo sticks (Player 2); tom-toms, bongos (Player 3); suspended cymbal, finger cymbals, bass drum, bamboo wind chimes (Player 4); timpani (Player 5).
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Bells, Cymbal, Guitar
Instrumentation: Snare Drums, Quad-toms, Four Bass Drums, Cymbals with optional mallets and/or xylophone plus auxiliary percussion. FOUR CADENCES: 1. Funky Fives, 2. Barking Spiders, 3. A.C., 4. Stick up.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Guitar
This drumming workbook helps to perfect fill technique for a variety of rock styles. Basic rhythms are shown, then modified with orchestrations. Practice tips and a variety of quotes provide additional inspiration. The accompanying CD includes 71 demo and play-along tracks. Covers: practice suggestions, motion concepts, compound rhythm concepts, hand-foot concepts, drum to cymbal concepts, roll concepts, play-along charts, percussion notation, and more.
Instruments: Percussion, Drums, Cymbal
Bharatanatyam, a South Indian classical dance, is one of the oldest living dance traditions in the world. Nattuvanar is the person who directs a bharatanatyam performance by reciting rhythmical syllables and playam talam, a pair of small cymbals. This piece is a tribute to nattuvandam, the art of the nattuvanar. The texts are based on South Indian rhythm and solfege syllables.
Instruments: Choir, Cymbal, Vocal, Percussion
Studio musician and percussion editor Jim Payne presents this outstanding video on the basics of rock & blues drumming, assigning 'singing drum sounds' or solfege syllables to the five basic components of the drumset. Payne addresses holding the sticks, playing the bass drum, and traditional notation and singing syllables of the hi-hat, bass drum, cymbals and toms. Introducing rock and blues tunes with various grooves and tempos, he stresses an awareness of song form in maintaining one's place in a piece of music. All on-screen samples are written in both standard notation and drum sounds. With the three-camera filming technique making every precise move easy to follow. Return Policy Exception: This product can not be returned. But it can be exchanged if defective, for the exact same title.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Cymbal, Guitar