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A guide to your percussion section (Hip pockets)

Vic Firth

A guide to your percussion section (Hip pockets)

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Published by C. Fischer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dictionaries,
  • Percussion instruments

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11453461M
    ISBN 100825841585
    ISBN 109780825841583
    OCLC/WorldCa47817436

    Open your student’s ears to the realm of sounds they can make on a percussion instrument! As with other instruments, percussion can produce a warm sound and a full range of overtones. Percussion instruments can have an attack quality that is staccato or legato and some percussion instruments require the duration to be controlled and shaped.   Inside the Section “Bookend” your section with the bass drum and the chimes. Percussion performance is very visual, and the section can use peripheral vision to help coordinate entrances. If movement between instruments is required, a clear pathway between instruments is essential. Timpani Timpani typically play with the tubas and low brass.


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Firth-A Guide to Your Percussion Section - Product Information Vic Firth's Guide to the Percussion Section is a great resource for all young percussionists learning about their craft.

Vic Firth provides expert insight and knowledge about many of the instruments in the orchestral percussion section.

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