...?! is a work for solo snare drum and marimba ostinato. The title, pronounced as a confused gasp, is an onomatopoeia for the five-beat theme presented by the snare drum following the loud
All 26 of the Standard American Drum Rudiments, their variations and a number of compound rudiments are used here to establish the countless possibilities which present themselves within the bounds of the
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.
Dr. Andrea Venet wrote the first version of Kibo in 2005 while studying rudimental snare drumming with the famous Bob Becker. She later updated the piece after studying other great rudimental works
Drawing inspiration from the rudimental playing of Charley Wilcoxon and John S. Pratt, second line New Orleans drumming, and the genius of Steve Gadd, More Than Meets the Eye challenges the
In astrophysics, a pulsar is a highly magnetized neutron star which can rotate between 7,000 and 40,000 times per minute. In the world of Tapspace however, Pulsar is a groovy, polyrhythmic snare
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
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