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Drum Techniques of Rush

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Bill Wheeler
Arranger Rush
Artist Rush
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Percussion
Catalog # DF0010

Price: $14.99

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Drum Techniques of Rush Composed by Bill Wheeler. Arranged by Rush. Performed by Rush. For Drum Set. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # DF0010, UPC: 029156169836)

Includes: Distant Early Warning (from Grace Under Pressure) * Jacob's Ladder ( from Permanent Waves) * Limelight (from Moving Pictures) and others.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BETWEEN THE WHEELS RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
DISTANT EARLY WARNING RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
FREEWILL RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
JACOB'S LADDER RUSH PEART,NEIL  
LA VILLA STRANGIATO RUSH PEART,NEIL LEE/LIFESON/PEART  
LIMELIGHT RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
NATURAL SCIENCE - TIDE POOLS RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
NEW WORLD MAN RUSH PEART,NEIL  
RED BARCHETTA RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/LEE/LIFESON  
SPIRIT OF RADIO,THE RUSH PEART,NEIL  
SUBDIVISION RUSH PEART,NEIL  
SUBDIVISIONS RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART,NEIL  
TOM SAWYER RUSH PEART,NEIL PEART/DUBOIS/LEE/LIF  
TREES,THE RUSH PEART,NEIL LIFESON/LEE/PEART  
XANADU RUSH PEART,NEIL LEE/LIFESON/PEART  
YYZ RUSH PEART,NEIL LEE/LIFESON  

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