Groove #1 for Snare Drum
Drums, Marching Drum Line, Snare Drum - Early Intermediate
Composed by Ryan Jonker. 21st Century, Etudes and Exercises, Technique Training. Solo Part. 1 pages. Published by Ryan Jonker Music (S0.116391).
Item Number: S0.116391
This is a 45 second rudimental snare drum solo. It is part of a collection of other snare drum solos yet to be released. This piece includes 25 indicated dynamic instructions, with more opportunities to express yourself musically. All stickings are marked as needed, and the following techniques and rudiments are used: Paradiddles (with various accent patterns), rim clicks, rim knocks, buzz presses, single stroke rolls, syncopated and dotted rhythms, double strokes, "puh-duh-duhs", triple strokes, drumset-style grooves, and hand-to-hand independence. If you have any questions or comments about this piece, please email the composer: firstname.lastname@example.org ...I hope you enjoy playing this music!
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