Roy Burns’s career, as a drummer, has taken him through many related professions. He has been a big band drummer, author, featured soloist, teacher, clinician, studio drummer, publisher, and one of the owners of AQUARIAN drumheads.
Articles about some of the greatest writers and contributors to drum music and music education. These authors have written great books for people that want to learn how to play the drums. Many of these authors are out of print and are relics in drumming and percussion history.
By Charles Stewart Ashworth. (Drum Major, the United States Marine Corps Band.) January, 16th, 1812.
When the United States Marine Corps band was newly founded, Charles Stewart Ashworth was the Drum Major. He contributed by establishing a way on how the craft of rudimental drummers learned the rudiments. After only 14 years, the band had acquired a reputation for its quality of musical performance. However, as a new drummer came in, he felt that they were not up to par. He wanted them to be more skilled by the time that they joined and also he needed a tool to teach his fellow members.
Drum method book was written by Joel Rothman in 1969. Triplet Control by Joel Rothman What is Triplet Control by Joel Rothman? Triplet Control by Joel Rothman is a book…
Roll Control - by Joel Rothman
A collection of 150 graded solos of the former National Association of Rudimental Drummers.
by Elliot Fine and Marvin Dahlgren Check out on Amazon Accent on Accents Book 1 - by Elliot Fine and Marvin Dahlgren
Written by Paul Capozzoli Picture from Steve Weisse Music Website - Twenty Nine Duets for The Drums Paul Capozzoli
by Paul Capozzoli Sightreading for the Drums - by Paul Capozzoli - D. Mark Agostinelli
by Paul Capozzoli Rudimental Practice Guide - by Paul Capozzoli - D. Mark Agostinelli