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Subject: Piper learning about Drumming


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James Harper
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Date Posted: 15:19:42 09/13/02 Fri

I was at a games recently and was looking through a drum book, which I think was called THE GAELIC SNARE DRUM TUTOR. I was getting into learning about the drumming side of the band, and then had to run to start warming up. I never got back to pick up the book to buy it. It looked great, does anyone know anything about the book, and where I can get it. As a piper would really like to learn more about what the drummers are doing and this seemed to be giving it to me. Thanks for the help.

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JOHN MACDONALD
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Date Posted: 08:38:39 09/29/02 Sun

>I was at a games recently and was looking through a
>drum book, which I think was called THE GAELIC SNARE
>DRUM TUTOR. I was getting into learning about the
>drumming side of the band, and then had to run to
>start warming up. I never got back to pick up the
>book to buy it. It looked great, does anyone know
>anything about the book, and where I can get it. As a
>piper would really like to learn more about what the
>drummers are doing and this seemed to be giving it to
>me. Thanks for the help.



I found this for you on an internet search


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Pipe Band Percussion

Three types of drums are used in bagpipe bands - the bass drum, the tenor drum and the snare, or side drum. The bass and tenor are basically the same as used in any marching band. The pipe band snare is somewhat unique in its design. These are set up with very high tension on the head so they are engineered to be quite stout in order to take the stress. You’ll want a practice pad and sticks to begin with the side drum. The “Gaelic Snare Drum Tutor” by Raudenbush gives a very thorough guide to the beginning steps. Alan Chatto has produced a good tutor with recordings. If you have a computer that can play video from CD-ROM Doug Stronach’s “Pipe Band Snare Drum Tutor” can’t be beat.


Hope this assists


John

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