Étude no. 1 for Mizhar

Rudimental Training Étude for Frame Drum

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Publisher Description

A training and performance étude for Frame Drum. This eBook contains a 5 - 6 minute solo performance piece incorporating elements from rudimental Drum Corps to the frame drum. All notations are also exampled with integrated video accompaniment. This étude is designed to train the performer for higher level finger technique with frame drums. This eBook requires internet connection for video links.

Level: Beginner to Advanced. 

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Reviews:

"Through this composition and instructional book, Jarrod once again demonstrates why he is among the most talented percussionists working today. An expertly conceived and designed manual for a beautiful composition that should serve as a source of inspiration and education for enthusiasts and musicians of all levels. A master at weaving a diverse range of musical influences into his playing and compositions - from metal and jazz, to Carnatic and Turkish techniques, to rhythmic approaches from West Africa and the African Diaspora."

Gavin Webb, PhD. Ethnomusicologist, Lecture of Music & Director of International Programs, Marist College, New York

  • GENRE
    Arts & Entertainment
    RELEASED
    2020
    March 7
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    43
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    Jarrod Cagwin Music
    SELLER
    Jarrod Cagwin
    SIZE
    528.2
    MB

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    EfoGavin ,

    Etude no. 1 for Mizhar

    Through this composition and instructional book, Jarrod once again demonstrates why he is among the
    most talented percussionists working today. An expertly conceived and designed manual for a beautiful composition that should serve as a source of inspiration and education for enthusiasts and musicians of all levels. A master at weaving a diverse range of musical influences into his playing and compositions - from metal and jazz, to Carnatic and Turkish techniques, to rhythmic approaches from West Africa and the African Diaspora.

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