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Arthur Press, percussionist of the Boston Symphony, demonstrates many of the major orchestral drum solos and important themes for his instrument. One of the world's premier performers, he offers instruction for snare drum, bass drum, cymbals, castanets, tIncludes a 60-page, newly-engraved and illustrated music book on high-quality ivory paper containing exercises and excerpts from classical masterpieces with performance suggestions; and two narrated compact discs complete with each piece demonstrated soloAbout this series: Each MMO compact disc is a recording of a selection, or a concerto, performed by full orchestra or chamber ensemble or jazz band, to which you contribute the solo part, using the sheet music provided. Superior Quality: Every MMO edition is created to the highest Quality Standards. We use only the best orchestras and soloists and the most advanced recording methods. Our latest releases include newly engraved printed scores, on beautiful acid-free ivory paper, often in unique definitive editions with annotations and performance suggestions from our world-class artists. Unrivaled Convenience: All new and re-mastered MMO classic titles include multiple trackbreaks on each compact disc for easy practicing, cross-indexed throughout for the printed score. And subtle taps before movements which start without an orchestral introduction mean you know the tempo every time you play! Our innovative click-less cue-points for orchestral entrances after solos and cadenzas give you a transparent and flawless performance with your Music Minus One orchestral background.You can fill-in the part missing from this CD's audio track with Drums.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Guitar
The ideal showcase for your beginning percussionists! An exciting and musical composition for your band featuring suspended cymbal, crash cymbals, finger cymbals and stick on cymbal. Your band will be the cymbal of success!
Instruments: Percussion, Cymbal
A complete drum method containing the elementary principles of music and an introduction to bass drum and cymbals.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Snare Drum, Cymbal, Guitar, Drums
Drumhead issue 24 dives in deep with powerhouse drummer Matt Chamberlain. From his current gig with Melissa Etheridge to his moment with Pearl Jam and season on Saturday Night Live, Matt Chamberlain holds nothing back from this in depth interview with Drumhead's Editor-in-Cheif Jonathan Mover. Jazz great John Riley talks about his eduction, career development and the time he got the gig with Frank Zappa. Drumhead honors one of drumming most cherished figures, Lennie DiMuzio, long-time A&R rep for Zildjian Cymbals with an in-depth interview about his new book and some of the stories he can talk about. Also included is Drumhead's free CD which includes tracks to listen to, learn from and play-along with.
Instruments: Choir, Cymbal, Vocal, Percussion
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. A 15-minute work in three diverse movements. Instrumentation: bells, xylophone, vibraphone, chimes, snare drum, bass drum, tom-tom, tenor drum, cymbals, timbales, bongos, finger cymbals, triangle, cowbell.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Drums
Instrumentation: Treble Instruments I (in C), Clarinet I in Bb, Treble Instruments II (in C), Clarinet II in Bb, Trumpet in Bb, Harmonica or Oboe (in default of Trumpet), Horn in F, Trombone, Percussion (Timpani, Side Drum, Cymbal, Triangle, Tambourine), Viola, Bass Instruments (Cello, Bass, Bassoon), Keyboard Instrument (including voice parts).
Instruments: Choir, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn, Cello, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Cymbal, Triangle, Vocal, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Guitar
Unison/two-part with piano, C instruments, chime tree, woodblock, triangle, suspended cymbal and optional Orff instruments o This musical offers children a multi-sensory approach in expressing numerous images of God as revealed in the Bible. Through a variety of feminine, masculine, and non-gender images of God, this musical contributes to an expansive theology of God and invites children and adults to believe that the great Creator of the universe lives within them. Along with the music and narration in the score, the companion Imagine God! Production Guide (CGBK65) provides ideas for creative art projects, dance and body movement, multi-generational participation, Bible exploration, and ministry activities that will enhance the learning and presentation of Imagine God! The music is flexibly voiced and contains a variety of meters, modes and accompaniment options. Works perfectly in any worship setting, music camp, or VBS format. Performance time: 45-60 minutes.
Instruments: Piano, Cymbal, Triangle, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Marching Band, Sheet Music Download, Level 2. Artist: USA For Africa. Arranger: Paul Lavender. Composer: Lionel Richie; Michael Jackson. Writer: Lionel Richie; Michael Jackson; Paul Lavender; USA For Africa.
Instruments: Cymbal, Percussion
Mike Hannickel does it again with this hilarious follow-up to Concerto for Triangle and Band. Any well-known personality from your school staff becomes the over-eager crash cymbals soloist. Whether it's the principal, the custodian, the cook, the school secretary, or any one else who is recognizable to the students or the community, we're sure you have a great soloist somewhere nearby, just waiting for a chance to shine. Very easy band parts mean that any group should be able to prepare the music for performance in short order. They'll be rolling in the aisles!
Instruments: Cymbal, Triangle, Percussion
For three players. Instrumentation: timpani, two snare drums, suspended cymbal, xylophone.
Instruments: Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Snare Drum, Cymbal
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
flute 1, 2, oboe, trumpet 1, 2, 3, french horn 1, 2, 3, trombone 1, 2, 3, tuba, violin 1, 2, viola, cello, string bass, percussion (2 players) : timpani, xylophone, suspended cymbal, rhythm: piano, bass, drumsOrchestraTitle: Christmas GloriaKey: C, F, DMeter: 2-2Level: 4Form: MedleyComments: 2 flute, oboe, 3 trumpet, 2 french horn, 3 trombone, tb, 2 violin, viola, cello, bass; 3 percussion: sd, cc, bells, xyl, chimes, timpanySongs included: Angels We Have Heard On High, Ding Dong Merrily On High
Instruments: Piano, Flute, Oboe, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Tuba, Bells, Cymbal, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Guitar
Dave concentrates on time playing, constructing a groove, beat displacement, cymbal technique, phrasing, creating a drum part, playing in odd times, and soloing. This DVD also features three performances of songs from Contemporary Drummer + One, a Latin groove, and some fantastic solos. DVD special features include bonus video performances featuring Dave and Walfredo Reyes Sr., guest performances by Steve Smith and Chad Smith, a complete Dave Weckl catalog preview, and printable educational materials.
Instruments: Percussion, Cymbal
This piece offers an opportunity to explore intermediate and syncopated rhythms with your group. The melody is repetitive and catchy. This piece offers an opportunity to explore intermediate and syncopated rhythms with your group. The melody is repetitive and catchy. Instrumentation (8 players): bells, xylophone, timpani, snare drum, bongos, aux. perc. (cowbell, ride cymbal), bass drum, crash cymbal. Instrumentation (8 players): bells, xylophone, timpani, snare drum, bongos, aux. percussion (cowbell, ride cymbal), bass drum, crash cymbals.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Guitar, Drums
From its beginnings in 17th-century Turkey to its position today as the top name in cymbals for drummers and percussionists playing every type of music in every corner of the word, the Zildjian company has traveled a unique path. The journey started with the founder, Avedis Zildjian, an Armenian alchemist whose quest to create gold by combining base metals resulted in an alloy of copper, tin, and traces of silver that achieved world renown, thanks to its unique sound qualities. Fourteen generations later, Zildjian is officially recognized as the oldest continually family-owned business in America. The story of Avedis and his legacy is told in Zildjian: A History of the Legendary Cymbal Makers. Newly updated and filled with never-before-seen photos, memorabilia, and recollections from legendary drummers, this book tells the exciting story of the world's most popular cymbal company. Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, Max Roach, Ringo Starr, Charlie Watts, Dennis Chambers, and Steve Gadd are among the many great innovators who have crashed, splashed, choked, gonged, and ridden Zildjians to make music history on some of the most ground-breaking recordings of this century. See what these and other stars as well as the Zildjian family today have to say about these premium cymbals and their rich history.
Instruments: Percussion, Other, Cymbal
This musical pie in the face from the legendary Spike Jones is long overdue for those bands who love to entertain an audience. With all the bells and whistles, cowbells and slapsticks, this medley of silliness includes the famous comedy bit with the conductor and the cymbal player. Includes: Cocktails For Two, Chloe, and The Poet And The Peasant.
Instruments: Lute, Bells, Cymbal, Strings, Percussion
With a descriptive keyboard part, finger cymbals and flute, the 2-part vocal parts easily express this respected Japanese folk song melody. Part of the Judy Herrington choral series, a pronunciation guide and other musical notes are provided.
Instruments: Choir, Vocal, Flute, Folk, Other, Cymbal, Woodwinds, Percussion
This innovative method is a practical approach to playing the drumset. Students start their first lesson by actually playing a beat! The book is divided into two sections: Rock and Jazz. Students will learn how the hi-hat, ride cymbal, snare, and bass drum are used in each style. A play-along CD corresponding to the drum charts is available, but not included in this package.
Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Drum Set, Cymbal, Guitar
The gentle, pentatonic melody of this popular Japanese song is supported by a Koto-like keyboard accompaniment, flute, and finger cymbals, which add a wonderful dimension of color. Sakura is the cherry blossom, Japan's national flower, and almost every Japanese child is familiar with this tune, a splendid addition to multicultural repertoire.
Instruments: Flute, Cymbal, Woodwinds, Percussion
American Carol Fantasy is a one-movement character piece for orchestra written for the Christmas season. It is based on two Appalachian carols: Mary Had a Baby and I Wonder as I Wander. A slow introduction using the opening motive of I Wonder; givflute 1, 2, oboe, trumpet 1, 2, 3, french horn 1, 2, 3, trombone 1, 2, 3, tuba, violin 1, 2, viola, cello, string bass, percussion (2 players) : timpani, xylophone, suspended cymbal, rhythm: piano, bass, drumsOrchestraTitle: American Carol FantasyKey: C, BbMeter: 3-4, 4-4Level: 4Form: FantasiaComments: 2 flutes, 2 oboe, 2 clarinet, bassoon, 4 french horn, 3 trumpet, 2 trombone, tb (optional) , harp, timpany, percussion: bells, percussion: ride cym, cc, sd, 2 violin, viola, cello, bass, synthesizer. String red. , substitution parts: sop sax for oboe, alto sax for french horn 1, ten sax for french horn 3, bari sax and b. clarinet for bassoon, flute 3 for oboe 2Songs included: Mary Had A Baby, I Wonder As I Wander
Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Harp, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Drums, Tuba, Bells, Cymbal, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Guitar
Marching Band, Sheet Music Download, Level 4. Artist: Al Jarreau. Arranger: Paul Lavender; Will Rapp. Composer: Al Jarreau; Michael Omartian. Writer: Al Jarreau; Michael Omartian; Paul Lavender; Will Rapp.
Instruments: Cymbal, Percussion
Marching Band, Sheet Music Download, Level 2. Arranger: Michael Brown. Composer: Adam Anders; Nikki Hassman. Writer: Adam Anders; Michael Brown; Nikki Hassman.
Instruments: Cymbal, Percussion
A "vision quest" is a period of spiritual seeking among certain Native American peoples. It is a religious custom in which people climb to remote sites to fast, pray and commune with nature. Individuals may pray to each of the four directions, seeking certain benefits from each. This four-movement original work illustrates a prayer by David Dillon, which he used on his own vision quest. The movements use recurring but evolving themes, reflecting each petition of the prayer. A myriad of percussion instruments enhance the mystical quality of the music. The movements are entitled: I. I pray to the West which gives us rest and reflection; II. I pray to the North which gives us patience and purity; III. I pray to the East which gives us energy and emotions; IV. I pray to the South which gives us discipline and direction. Percussion parts include: Shaker (Maraca or Rattle), 2 Small Stones, Ankle Bells, Chime Tree/Mark Tree, Finger Cymbals, Whip Crack (without spring mechanism).
Instruments: Percussion, Handbell, Bells, Cymbal