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delecluse-twelve studies for snare drum

Delecluse-Twelve Studies for Snare Drum

Jacques Delecluse's 12 Studies for Snare Drum is a fantastic collection of 12 etudes for snare drum designed to help students correct their technical and rhythmic inabilities, while creating a means of maintenance for the professional. If you wish...

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Excellent engraving and binding. Challenging pieces. Accurate and clean notation.

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Leo R LaBarge

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5.00

12 Studies for Snare Drum

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Easy purchase....good product! Love working with a company that delivers what they say they'll deliver - no delays or nonsense! Thanks!

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Robert Joslin

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5.00

Douze Etudes

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This book challenges the player with "orchestral" and "French" styles of snare drum playing. Composed around the same time, it's a good contrast to Cirone's "Portraits in Rhythm." Both emphasize the need to move away from rudimental exercises and etudes to prepare for orchestral repertoire.

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Alexander Singer

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5.00

Delecluse-12 is essential!

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If you aren't learning snare solos, etudes, or technique from this book, then you need to. Anyone who calls themselves a percussionist should own this book.

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Keigan Warren

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5.00

Count

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This is an absolute must have book. Pushing students to the absolute maximum, this book is practically a requirement for the serious percussionist. It finds and corrects errors with correct pedagogy and expands the rhythmic knowledge of students. Etude 9 is one of the most, if not the most, difficult piece of music in all of snare drum repetoir if played up to speed. So don't wait, buy this book!

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Barry Kripky

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5.00

all serious percussionists need this

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There are a few books that stand above all else for the snare drum. 12 Etudes is one of the most important orchestral style books in the repertoire. As far as I am aware, pretty much all college percussionists (not drum set players) must play at least one or two solos out of it. Number 9 is famous/infamous (depends on who you talk to) as being one of the most difficult pieces to play in all of snare drum repertoire. These are fun pieces to play because they push your limits as a growing student or keep you on your toes as a professional, yet they are also very musically satisfying. As I'm sure your aware, there are a limited number of orchestral snare solos that are both musical and technical; so buy 12 Etudes.

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Ryan

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5.00
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