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Daily Warm Up Exercises 1 (For Jazz Ens)

Daily Warm Up Exercises 1 (For Jazz Ens)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Lewis/Bullock
Publisher Columbia Pictures Publications
Catalog # SJ8617
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Daily Warm Up Exercises 1 (For Jazz Ens) Composed by Lewis/Bullock. For Drum Set. Published by Columbia Pictures Publications. (Catalog # SJ8617, UPC: AJ8617)

Daily Warm-Up Exercises for Jazz Ensemble was written as a series of studies t o aid the jazz group in performance. It is published in two volumes, Volume I for the young or beginning ensemble, and Volume II for the more advanced group . All musical groups need a short period of time during the beginning of a reh earsal to reacquaint their body functions with the needs of making music. Even though individuals warm-up by themselves in preparation for performance, the group as a whole needs to experience basic musical qualities -- blend, balance , precision, intonation -- together to ensure good ensemble performance. Hopef ully, this series will provide the jazz ensemble with materials organized in a logical manner to accomplish these goals.
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