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
Seven innovative rudimental snare drum solos composed in the drum corps style. These musical contest solos include a number of visual effects as well as the
Featuring rudiments, flourishes and march tempo reminiscent of Revolution-era military music, this snare drum solo was written to commemorate America's Bicentennial celebration in 1976. It is shown on
An unaccompanied solo in a traditional style.
Master snare drummer Danny Raymond's Elements in Time series starts off with the DEVELOPING edition. In this collection, Raymond delivers three intermediate level snare drum solos designed to
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
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
Eight snare drum solos ranging from intermediate to advanced levels. A fine choice for festival and auditions.
This collection contains ten snare drum solos that reinforce rudiments and other fundamentals in styles from around the world. Perfect for contest, recital and festivals, each solo includes performance
These six solos are intended to bridge the gap between strictly rudimental and swing-style snare drumming. Performance decisions such as tempo and open versus closed rolls are left to the player.
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