This piece is designed to be used as sight reading practice and uses only combinations of quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes (and rests).
This snare drum solo is in 7/8 odd-time, making it quite "un-march-able."
Get down with your flams with this dynamic snare drum solo.
Enjoy this snare drum solo in 3/4 time.
As the title implies, this snare solo is all about the rolls.
Space out your paradiddles and double paradiddles with this uniquely 'rested' snare drum solo.
Six Ate Seven mixes sections of 6/8 with a single bar of 7/8 and is based with the flam accent rudiment.
Our 5th The Pad Exercise concentrates on syncopation. Appreciate those Es and Ahs!
Being the third edition of our The Pad exercises, I see it only fitting to focus on the threes this week -- Triplets!
The second of our series of Practice Pad Exercises, this pad workout focuses on double strokes.
The first of a series of Practice Pad exercises designed to build speed, control and coordination when you're away from the kit. Get down to the basics!
This snare drum solo gives the left hand a workout. If you're left handed, reverse the sticking to give your weaker hand a workout.
This piece will give you a workout with 16th note triplets and accents. We've provided audio play-alongs at varying speeds to make learning and practicing this piece easier.
This snare solo gives your double strokes a workout. Watch the sticking at measure 11 as the double stroke becomes inverted. Work out those doubles!
This snare drum solo gives your sixteenth-note and eighth-note patterns a workout with an emphasis on dynamics to bring this piece to life.