Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Snare Drum from Switzerland. Click on the link to play the track to share with your class now, or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer and share it with your class later.
- Snare drum from Switzerland “Prim;” is an example of the classical snare drum, first with snare effect off and then on (from a CD titled Drumming by Evelyn Glennie, on Catalyst 09026-68195-2, BMG Classics Music, 1996, and © 2001 World Copyright by Editions BIM, Switzerland (www.editions-bim.com), used with permission)
- Snare drum from Switzerland “007” is an example of military drumming in a drum and bugle corps with a full percussion section including melodic percussion (from a CD titled The Cavaliers – The Championship Years Jeff Fiedler, director, Bret Kuhn, percussion composer on Champion CD, 2004 (www.cavaliers.org) track 6)
- Snare drum from Switzerland “Thank You Mr. Williams” by Steve Smith, is an example of the snare drum used in a jazz drum set, this piece in remembrance of Tony Williams’ drumming (from a DVD titled Drumset Technique/ History of the U.S. Beat by Steve Smith, courtesy of and copyrighted by Hudson Music)
Here you will find MP3 audio tracks of the Snare Drum from Switzerland to download and share with your class. Your students can play along, following instructions found in the relevant curriculum chapter. Download TUBS notation paper. Click on the link to listen to the track or right click on the link and choose “save as” to save the track to your own computer.
Download a PDF of the Audio Content Notes for Roots of Rhythms lessons 11 through 16.
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