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
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Written to serve the high school student in contest or the professional in audition, Six Unaccompanied Solos for Snare Drum is a collection of solos written to help student percussionists prepare
Showy rudimental contest solo with 32nd-note paradiddles, backsticking, and finger drumming.
Dynamic variation and virtuosic rudimental styling make this advanced solo a valuable addition to your snare drum repertoire. Perfect for showing off your skills at any recital or audition!
Any or all of the etudes from this collection would be an excellent choice for a festival or competition. These are serious, difficult and interesting solos, presenting serious snare drummers with
This adventurous set of three solos puts proficient drummers through the paces using a variety of performance techniques. Since each solo is over two minutes in length, playing them as single
Agility and speed are the order of the day in this advanced rudimental solo by Mitch Markovich. Well-structured, with just the right amounts of subtlety and intensity, it is no wonder Tornado
A collection of 12 superb etudes designed to develop all technical and musical aspects of snare drumming. A true staple in the literature.
This excellent collection includes twelve solos ranging from easy to medium-advanced.