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Playing With Sticks (Dvd)

Desc Dvd
Composer Jeff Queen
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00320602

Price: $29.95

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Playing With Sticks (Dvd) Composed by Jeff Queen. For . Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00320602, UPC: 884088106676)

Featuring four-time solo snare drumming world champion Jeff Queen, this DVD presents a comprehensive, detailed approach to contemporary rudimental drumming. Presented here are essential hand techniques ranging from fundamentals to a detailed analysis of the Moeller Technique and Velocity Stroke. Jeff demonstrates how to apply these concepts to flams, diddles, rolls, and hybrid rudiments, and talks about timing, buzz roll control and more. Also provided is invaluable information on solo construction and achieving speed, plus many backsticking and stick trick ideas. This DVD is a must for any level player, beginner to extremely advanced! Running Time: 3 Hours, 45 Minutes.
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