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Lynch/Brown-Field Level (w/CD)

Model: R1020

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$36.00

"That biggun's the bass drum and you whack it with that triangular piece of metal." OK... maybe you're not in the percussion-darkness THAT bad but you would like to bone-up on your percussion know-how and "Field Level" is the answer! Fro...
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"That biggun's the bass drum and you whack it with that triangular piece of metal."

OK... maybe you're not in the percussion-darkness THAT bad but you would like to bone-up on your percussion know-how and "Field Level" is the answer! From the 2x winners of the BOA National Grand Championships, Mike Lynch & Scott Brown (from Lassiter High School) have compiled this complete Band Director's Guide for the marching percussion section. This 216 page manual will guide you through every topic there is to help you & your percussionists build a well-balanced and competitive drum-line.

Included is a CD-Rom containing the music audio as well as printable PDF parts for the entire ensemble.

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A thorough and tactical drumline guide

Comments:

I've been away from teaching marching percussion for a long time and this book was a great refresher. Lots of great stuff here: changing heads and tuning, changing cymbal straps (the right way), rehearsal recommendations, warm up exercises, a few cadences, and a lot more. A thorough and tactical guide for band directors, drumline instructors, and drum techs. And, as always, top notch shipping -- arrived just in time before I trip I took. Thanks, Steve Weiss!

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Nathan

Rating:

5.00

Field Level

Comments:

Really well written book that lays out how to organize and run your percussion section. Not a lot for a percussion instructorbalready running a program, but a great asset for new instructors and non-percussion band directors who want their percussion sections to contribute in a meaning full way to their program as well as a their students development.

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Posted By:

Brian S

Rating:

4.00
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