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Introduction To Rock Style Drumming (Bk /
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Introduction To Rock Style Drumming (Bk /

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Maroni, Joe
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc

Price: $19.95

Catalog #21168BCD

UPC code: 9780786674718

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Introduction to Rock Style Drumming is a system specifically designed to enabl e beginning drummers to develop the ability to play rock style music. The obj ective is to develop coordinated independence between the hi hat or ride cymba l played with the right hand, snare drum played with the left hand, bass drum played with the right foot, and hi hat pedal played with the left foot.

Lessons include 376 rhythm patterns written for snare and bass drum. T he snare and bass drum part is played independently against straight eighth no tes played on the closed hi hat or ride cymbal. Four rhythm patterns are writ ten in four measure phrases followed by a sixteen measure summary.

Every lesson builds on those that came before, giving students a chance to p ractice what they ha

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