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
A classic collection of marvelous solos suitable for contest, audition, or recital.
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!
A fine solo for contest or study.
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Classic unaccompanied snare drum etude designed to develop finger dexterity.
The etudes in this collection have been seen on audition lists for decades. An essential part of any serious percussionist's library.
Designed for recital and contest performance as single selections, these challenging solos demand careful attention to articulations and dynamics for best results. Recommended sticking indications are
Africa Hot by John Wooton is one of the most famous corps-style snare drum solos ever written. It is extremely advanced requiring corps-level finger dexterity and showmanship. Get
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.
A prize-winning PAS Composition Contest snare drum solo.
Battin' 'Em Out is a heavily rudimental contest solo by one of the greats. It is also included in Modern Rudimental Swing Solos.
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A blue book is a booklet used by college students to answer test questions or write essays. The Blue Book is designed to provide music suitable for contest, audition, technique development, and
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
Jesse Sieff's Chopstakovich provides the performer with a great opportunity to display both technical prowess and musicality on the marching snare drum. It is designed to be played to a recording
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