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- bnpeturis Offline
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Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:18 pm
- sxetnrdrmr Offline
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Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:27 pm
2. Matt Savage's Rudimental Workshop
3. Contemporary Rudimental ______________ by Lalo Davila (can't remember the full name)
I think these are the three best ones you can get!
Up the Antix!!!!
Its' All about the Parking Lot - Watterson Drumline
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- TheKingofNone Offline
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Posted: Sun Jul 28, 2013 10:05 pm
I'm that guy who says he'll try out for drum corps next year and never does.
But I'm totally gonna try to march Alliance this summer.
- rHarrisDrums Offline
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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2014 12:34 pm
1.) Are you looking for rudimental books for teaching a drumline or for an individual private student?
If looking for drumline material, I recommend using the exercises on this website. Have your basses play the snare part for "chop building," and for knowing how to listen well when they go from snare part to bass splits at faster tempos. Sounds like you may have some of this already in the "DCI packets" you are speaking of.
2.) Rudimental drumming in general, or for a specific instrument? (i.e. rudimental snare)
For rudimental snare I highly encourage...
1.) Stick Control by George Lawrence Stone
2.) Rudimental Logic by Bill Bachman
3.) Accents & Rebounds by George Lawrence Stone
4.) The Blue Book by Various Artists (for easy to intermediate short solos)
One factor to early rudimental teaching is communicating the importance of understanding the development of "Stroke Type" knowledge and why a player must have and use this knowledge.
i.e. an accented note followed by a non-accented note on the same hand requires a down stroke from the first note, to approach the drumhead/surface at the appropriate height.
Make sure to use multiple books, too. Part of being a great rudimental drummer, is being flexible to adjusting one's technique and approach to an instrument due to the program and instructor said student is playing for.
i.e. take any 3 different DCI snarelines. Odds are all three lines define their heights and touch differently than the next. If a snare drummer switches lines over the summer, they must be ready to adjust at auditions/camps.
I hope this helps.
Happy drumming & teaching!
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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2014 5:27 pm
rudiments like ratamacues (what's that?) flam a diddles, and such.
(2) Stone Stick Control- Stone
(3) Accents and Rebounds-Stone
(4) Rudimental Logic- BAchman
(5) Just Deserts - Freytag
(6) Drummer's Rudimental Reference Book- John Wooten
(7) Syncopation -Ted Reed
(8) The Beckham Book- Rick Beckham
(9) America's NARD Drum Solos- Old School- really old skool but good for the hands
(10) Swing Solos- Charlie Wilcoxin
(11) Tryout packets from various corps
(12) Snare Science Transcription Library
(13) Rudimental Cookbook- various authors- Row-loff
(14) Rudimental Remedies- John Wooten
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