Books tagged: percussion

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No Drumset Required~Your First Drumset Lessons
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Price: $15.00 USD. Words: 3,590. Language: English. Published: August 5, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Music » Instrument - Percussion
"Learn to Play Drumset WITHOUT a Drumset! For KIDS who want to play drums and the ADULTS who always wished they had. Here is your chance! Master drummer percussionist Reid DeFever shares his joy of drumming in this new instructional book. Learn: How to make a make-shift drumset how to hold the stick rock beats blues grooves African rhythms basic counting and music notation
So, You Want to Start a Band?
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 14,080. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Music » Music reference
Ever wanted to form your own band, but didn't know where to begin. Whether your dream band play rock, country, dance, or any other genre, this simple to read guide can get you going in the right direction to make your dreams come true. For those with experience, this guide also includes some ideas and concepts you may not currently be aware of. Managers, band names, forms, it's all here.
Shamanic Drumming Circles Guide
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 33,210. Language: English. Published: June 18, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Body, mind, & spirit
Indigenous shamanic peoples have gathered in community drum circles for thousands of years. Although most of us did not grow up in an indigenous shamanic tradition, we can still tap into the healing power of shamanic drumming. Drawing upon twenty-five years of experience, shamanic practitioner Michael Drake has written a step-by-step guide to creating and facilitating shamanic drumming circles.
Friday Night Jam
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 18,630. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Music » Alternative
Experiential advice to beginning drummers, or to longtime musicians who have not yet had the opportunity or courage to attempt improvisational collaboration with others. This chronicle conveys the challenge of merging diverse musical instruments, genres and personalities; of attempting to produce quality music in a venue that welcomes relative beginners, lifelong amateurs, and random drop-ins.