Hal Leonard School For Snare Drum

Hal Leonard School For Snare Drum
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Overview

Featuring 40 essential lessons, this method book by performer/educators Ben Hans ...

Contents

  • Age Of Anxiety, The [Bernstein]
  • Facade Suite No 2 [Walton]
  • Ionisation
  • Islamey [Balakireff-Casella]
  • L'Histoire Du Soldat [Stravinsky]
  • Pacific 231 [Honegger]
  • Polovetsian Dances
  • Rite Of Spring, The
  • Senseyama [Revueltas]
  • Sonata For 2 Pianos & Percussion [Bartok]
  • Symphony No 11 "Military" [Haydn]
  • Symphony No 5 [Prokofiev]
  • Symphony No 6 [Prokofiev]
  • Theme [Capriccio Espagnol]

Features

Featuring 40 essential lessons, this method book by performer/educators Ben Hans and John S. Pratt is ideal for classroom use and for private instruction. Hal Leonard School for Snare Drum is designed to develop a drummer's rhythmic vocabulary and musical artistry. It starts with the very basics – such as parts of the snare and types of snares – presenting music fundamentals to beginners in a non-intimidating way. Also ideal for more experienced snare drummers, the book is loaded with helpful meter, roll and rudiment studies, progressing from quarter notes and 2/4 time to 17-stroke rolls and cut-time. It delves deep into concert snare drumming, and teaches students applications of alternate and natural sticking. The book also contains John Philip Sousa march charts, etudes and duets written by Ben Hans, and brand new rudimental solos by legendary percussion composer John S. Pratt that are perfect for contests and juried performances. Edited by Rick Mattingly, this pedagogically sound book presents the rudimental tradition, as well as its many modern-day applications.

Specs

Product IDCOBS012742370
Composer/Artist/Author Ben Hans & John S Pratt
Editor/Arranger Mattingly, Rick
Instrumentation Snare Drum Solo
Publisher Hal Leonard
Publisher Ref No HL00347777
Language Eng
Media Book
ISBN-10142344406X
ISBN-139781423444060
UPC073999477771

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