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Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 2:45 pm



I play quads right, and i want to learn Ditty. I read all the time to play stuff on one drum and then learn on all the drums. Do you guys think i should learn the snare part first before i attempt it for tenors?

Also, if it's allowed, if you guys have SCV's Stick Control, I'd like a copy of that, i can't find the one with the crossovers >.<
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 2:47 pm



Mm you would really just be learning two different parts then.
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 2:49 pm



Also, I've never done this, but should i play the tenor part just on one drum? Would that help out for when i am ready to spread it around?
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 2:54 pm



Hazzy wrote:Also, I've never done this, but should i play the tenor part just on one drum? Would that help out for when i am ready to spread it around?
yeah thats how i learned it. its always really good to do that with any music. and also keep in mind the crossovers and accidentals
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:09 pm



I don't think anyone can get you the copy of Stick Control...BUT...

There's a book out from Murray Gussek and Jim Cassela that has a lot of SCV's warm-ups (not really current) but it does contain Stick Control, Cheesy Poofs, and Flammus (the long version) in it. I would look into that since it has all the parts (snare, tenors, basses) and a crap ton of exercises and show music from when Cassela worked with SCV
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:14 pm



I'm guessing that book is in tapspace?

And as for the learning on one drum part, i will try that. thanks
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 4:29 am



BLAKE13 wrote:I don't think anyone can get you the copy of Stick Control...BUT...

There's a book out from Murray Gussek and Jim Cassela that has a lot of SCV's warm-ups (not really current) but it does contain Stick Control, Cheesy Poofs, and Flammus (the long version) in it. I would look into that since it has all the parts (snare, tenors, basses) and a crap ton of exercises and show music from when Cassela worked with SCV
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:05 am



The book in question is called Fresh Perspectives for the Modern Drumline and can be found here.
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Re: Quick question about Ditty

Posted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 7:10 pm



I think you should just stick with learning it on tenor because it's Really the same and if you learn it on snare first then tenor your going to basically have to learn it all over again cause of all the crossing over you have to do
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