This book is great for just flying through it and feeling good that you learned so much from the book before. Also for Warm ups. Don't get the book if you have already read a few books already. Otherwise, you will be wasting your money.
These are reviews, comments, and critiques of the greatest snare drum music books. Some of these books are for learning beginner snare drum; all the way to advanced level practicing and playing. It also includes books for marching band, drumline snare drum music, and orchestral snare drum music. Many of these books were written by some of the greatest writers and contributors to drum music and music education.
This is by far one of the most popular books for drummers. It is a best-seller year after year. I have to be honest; I feel all of the hype on the book is not as worthy as some may think. Although the book is good to have and it is good to run through the entire book, at least once in your life. It is not the holy grail of books for drumming in no way.
This is by far one of the best books to learn how to read drum music. This is actually my first book too. It was written a while ago. However, that does not mean that it is obsolete in any way. The older books tend to be better books.
By Charles Stewart Ashworth. (Drum Major, the United States Marine Corps Band.) January, 16th, 1812.
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
by Paul Capozzoli Hand Exercises - by Paul Capozzoli - D. Mark Agostinelli
by Mitchell Peters - Published 1990 Rudimental Primer for the Snare Drummer - by Mitchell Peters (2) - D Mark Agostinelli