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Reed-Syncopation #1

Voted second on Modern Drummer's list of 25 Greatest Drum Books in 1993, Ted Reed's Progressive Steps to Syncopation for the Modern Drummer #1 is one of the most ver... 

Wessels-Fresh Approach to the Drumset (w/CD)

Mark Wessels' A FRESH APPROACH TO THE DRUMSET A Drummer's Guide to: Rock Beats and Fills • Hand & Foot Technique • Coordination and Independence • Rea... 

North Texas Percussion-Drum Transcriptions Vol. 1

A collection of drumset transcriptions of your favorite drummers. Compiled by the UNT Percussion Club. Included: Bailey- "Agitation" " You Don't Know What... 

Peters-Stick Control for Drum Set 1

This series is written to provide the student with some basic calisthenics in developing a facility on a set of drums. Book 1 is devoted entirely to the use of triplets i... 

Reed-Syncopation #2

Ted Reed's Syncopation #2 teaches five different ways to play eight pages from Progressive Steps to Syncopation for the Modern Drummer. There are five sections, each co... 

Pickering-Studio/Jazz Drum Cookbook

Mel Bay presents The Studio/Jazz Drum Cookbook by John Pickering. Enormous demands are placed on the control and manual dexterity of the contemporary drum set player, ... 

Soph-Essential Technique for Drumset (Bk 1)

Essential Technique for Drumset Book 1 is the most comprehensive drum set text available. Written by world-renown performer and clinician Ed Soph, this book provides an... 

Dowd-Funky Primer

Charles Dowd's A Funky Primer emphasizes the idea that keeping time is the most important function of any drummer. This best-selling, progressive encyclopedia of rock/f... 

Rothman-Hardest Drum Book Ever Written

This breakthrough book by Joel Rothman will allow you to develop five-way coordination with only four limbs. The Hardest Drum Book Ever Written will make you sound li... 

Soph-Big Band Primer

Ed Soph's Big Band Primer presents ideas and exercises for developing the skills of reading, interpretation, and improvisation as applied to big band drumming. Ed Soph ... 

Copeland-Creative Coordination for the Performing Drummer

Creative Coordination for the Performing Drummer by Keith Copeland provides a progressive system of study in all phases of drum set performance. The material has been o... 

Various-The Real Book vol. 1 (C edition)

The Real Books are the best-selling jazz books of all time. Since the 1970s, musicians have trusted these volumes to get them through every gig, night after night. The problem... 

Dahlgren/Fine-Four Way Coordination

This book was written for the drummer interested in developing coordination between both hands and both feet.The development of this technique will lead to independence. This ... 

North Texas Percussion-Drum Transcriptions Vol. 2

A collection of drumset transcriptions of your favorite drummers. Compiled by the UNT Percussion Club. Included: Bailey- "Whims of Chambers" " No Greater ... 

DeJohnette-Art of Modern Jazz Drumming

This book deals with the principles, techniques, rhythms, and concepts of progressive jazz. Topics include improvisation, interaction of parts, meter-within-meter phrasing, cy... 

Bellson-Modern Reading Text

Louis Bellson's Modern Reading Text in 4/4 has become a classic in all musicians' libraries for rhythmic analysis and study. Designed to teach syncopation within 4/4 ti... 

Belcher-Drumset Workouts

This book will help the intermediate to advanced drummer achieve a more efficient and complete practice routine. Includes exercises designed to organize skills into a streamli... 

Dawson-Blues and Syncopation

The excercises contained in this book put an emphasis on musically phrasing syncopation over bars lines. Many blues variations are presented for control of independent musial ... 

Rothman-Basic Drumming (Revised and Expanded)

Basic Drumming is an all-in-one drum method by Joel Rothman for beginner to intermediate students. It's 232 pages contain an in depth study of elementary sight reading,... 

Morello-New Directions in Rhythm

New Directions in Rhythm to develop freedom and a natural feel for playing the odd time signatures which have become popular in the jazz field. The exercises in this ...