Here's a classic! This popular rudimental snare drum solo is on just about every recommended music list there is, and for good reason! A true rite passage for all snare drummers!
Stretched, warped, distorted, de-tuned, and mangled. Such was the fate of the recordings composer Pat Jacobs made using only a snare drum in order to create the fresh and energetic soundscape that
Rick Dior is a musical chameleon. Through his vast experience with rudimental, orchestral, world music, and drum set styles, Broad Strokes is the quintessential collection of snare drum studies
This set of eight challenging solos is based upon the orchestral style of snare drum performance. While abundant accents and dynamic changes are provided in every selection, sticking indications have been
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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
The TRADITIONAL Elements in Time edition is for those wishing to brush up on their old-school chops in a new-school way. As a true rudimental drum corps aficionado, Danny Raymond is certainly
Let It Rip, by Danny Raymond, showcases a wide range of challenging technical feats like stick tosses and backsticking patterns to name a few. The performer will be using both matched and
This medium-advanced solo for unaccompanied snare drum truly impresses, with a full armory of flashy sticking and clever use of rudiments. It ticks along at 128 beats per minute, mostly in
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