This contemporary snare drum solo features various roll styles, mixed meters as well as use of a wide variety of dynamics and special snare drum sounds.
Named for two Dutch points of significance, Drachten-Elisabeth is a new rudimental solo by powerhouse snare drummer John Mark Reilly. With history at its roots, this is a hybrid solo using a traditional
The GROOVY edition of Danny Raymond's Elements in Time series is all about exposing snare drummers to different grooves. From South America to New Orleans, there's a little something for everyone
At the pinnacle of Danny Raymond's Elements in Time snare solo series is the MASTERING edition. This collection of three competitive solos for snare drum is for advanced players looking to showcase
Eight snare drum solos ranging from intermediate to advanced levels. A fine choice for festival and auditions.
Frenzy by Michael Varner is a smooth rudimental snare drum solo for the medium-advanced player. It lays under the hands nicely with sections of stick clicks and use of the rim for Latin
Oculus is a snare drum and tape piece inspired by a tour to the Pantheon in Rome, Italy. The track encapsulates the listener inside of the Pantheon, while the performer simultaneously accentuates
Written as an audition piece for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps, this advanced rudimental snare drum solo contains several compositional techniques made famous by Marty Hurley.
Advanced marching snare drum solo, perfect for contest.
Right Track is a piece written for solo snare drum and prerecorded track. This piece requires the performer to play with only one stick, held in the right hand. Meanwhile, the left hand creates
The infectious BOM - BOM - BOM - BOM BOM is the back bone of this fun and challenging snare drum solo by John Wooton. Performable as a rudimental contest solo or a flashy concert piece. This
This snare drum solo in four movements is constructed using a series of standard concert excerpts, including those from Lt. Kije by Serge Prokofiev, Bolero by Maurice Ravel, Concerto