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Rudimental Training Series Beginner Level

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The ultimate purpose of this guide is to develop young players with a sense of direction. Independent learning is key for a student to really take ownership of their craft. This series is meant to give short introductions and allow the player to move at their own pace to build the necessary speed/chops for maximum control/balance/sound for all 40 Percussive Arts Society International Drum Rudiments. The videos take players through introductory lessons to short exercises for all 40 rudiments.






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Rudimental Training Series Beginner Level
This is a new educational resource created by IP artist Elanders Frazier that covers the PAS 40 rudiments.

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Rudimental Training Series Intermediate Level
This is a new educational resource created by IP artist Elanders Frazier that covers the PAS 40 rudiments.

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Rudimental Training Series Advanced Level 1
This is a new educational resource created by IP artist Elanders Frazier that covers the PAS 40 rudiments.

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Rudimental Training Series Advanced Level 2
This is a new educational resource created by IP artist Elanders Frazier that covers the PAS 40 rudiments.

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Mark Ford presents 2019 TMEA Texas All State Audition Tutorials
Mark Ford, from the University Of North Texas, has compiled this set of tutorials to assist with the Texas All-State Audition Etudes.

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NEW PRODUCTS FOR 2019

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Middle School & High School Band director purchase list
If you are a band director looking for the base level implements you need to outfit your percussion section these lists are for you! We would like to send a special thank you to Emily Tannert Patterson for compiling these lists.

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Reading on Keyboard Percussion: Establishing Strong Fundamentals
By: John Willmarth
Percussionists have the unique challenge of trying to develop facility in a variety of instruments very early in their development. Splitting time between snare drum and keyboard percussion often causes percussionists to lag behind the rest of the band in reading skills. Because most band methods feature short excerpts, elongated rhythms, and familiar melodies, it is common for students to rely on memorization. Students often become disillusioned as the band method and repertoire progress because memorization becomes too difficult. Unfortunately, once poor habits become ingrained, they can plague a musician for years to come. These problems can be avoided if proper sight reading fundamentals are formed from the beginning.

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Reading on Keyboard Percussion: Establishing Strong Fundamentals

The Multi-Part Technique Program For the High School Front Ensemble
By: Dave England
Every summer you look forward to the fresh start that begins with your high school front ensemble. There are new faces, new hopes, new enthusiasm, and new abilities. You sit down to develop a technique program and find yourself asking the question, “How do I write exercises that will warm them up, maintenance their technique, advance their skills and meet all of their individual ability levels?” It’s difficult to come up with a series of exercises that will address all of those things at once.

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Brazilian Percussion
By: Dr. Robert LedBetter
Samba is the most characteristic and most popular form of native Brazilian music. Origins of Samba can be traced by to the 17th century in the state of Bahia, where slaves captured in the African regions of Angola and Congo landed. Tribes from these areas brought with them their semba gatherings (also known as umbigada or belly bumping) and the music spread with the slave trade throughout the country (much like the beginnings of Blues, etc, in the US)

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