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Realistic Rock For Kids

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Desc Bk/2 Cds/Dvd
Composer Carmine Appice
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series My 1st Rock&roll Drum Met
Grade Beginner
Catalog # 39312

Price: $27.99

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Realistic Rock For Kids Composed by Carmine Appice. For Drum Set. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 39312, UPC: 038081439921)

Realistic Rock for Kids is a method by drum legend Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge, Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck). Similar to his award-winning method Realistic Rock, this book, 2 CD, and DVD kit shows kids how to play rock 'n' roll drums the quick and easy way. The book teaches basics such as note reading, holding the sticks, simple hand/foot coordination exercises, and more. All of the exercises are performed on the accompanying CDs, and the discs also include recordings of Carmine rockin' out with his band and special play-along drumless tracks. Lastly, the DVD brings it all home and is hosted by Carmine and his star pupil, 12-year-old contest winner Pete Biggiani.
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