Sound Innovations for Concert Band -- Ensemble Development for Young Concert Band: Chorales and Warm-up Exercises for Tone, Technique, and Rhythm (Mallet Percussion)
Sound Innovations: Ensemble Development for Young Concert Band is a complete curriculum for beginning band students to help them grow as ensemble musicians. The series complements any band method and supplements any performance music. It contains 167 exercises, including more than 100 chorales by some of today's most renowned young band composers. Various exercises at the grade 1/2, 1, and 1 1/2 levels are grouped by key, including: * Long Tones * Passing the Tonic * Pitch Matching * Scale Builders * Interval Builders * Expanding Intervals * Chord Builders * Moving Chord Tones* Diatonic Harmony * Rhythmic Subdivision * 5-Note Scales * Scale Canons (5-, 6-, or 8-Note Scales) * Scale Chorales (5-, 6-, and 8-Note Scales) * Chorales. The compositions were written by Roland Barrett, Chris Bernotas, Jodie Blackshaw, Matt Conaway, Ralph Ford, Tyler S. Grant, Rob Grice, John O'Reilly, Robert Sheldon, Todd Stalter, Randall Standridge, Michael Story, and Scott Watson. Whether your students are progressing through exercises to better their technical facility, or improving their musicianship with beautiful chorales, we are confident your performers will be excited, motivated, and inspired by using Sound Innovations: Ensemble Development for Young Concert Band. The Ensemble Development Seri...
Innovative Percussion CT3 Medium Timpani Mallets with Cherry Handles
The Concert Series Timpani Mallets are constructed of 5/8” cherry handles which are hollowed out at both ends to simulate the feel and balance of a bamboo handle. The five cartwheel style models feature wooden cores, woven felt liners, and the highest quality German felt covers, while the CT-6 Ultra Staccato model has a hard felt core for increased articulation. Features: 5/8" Cherry wood handles, in a rich dark stain Partially hollowed handles create the feel and balance of bamboo mallets Wood Cores on the five cartwheel models (CT-1, CT-2, CT-3, CT-4, CT-5) Hard Felt Ball on the Ultra Staccato model (CT-6) Woven felt liners High quality German felt covers.
Filmed in 2000 at London's Wembley Stadium and features Turner's unbelievably energetic and moving performances of several hits. This unmissable concert was filmed on 18 different cameras, making for a video which is almost as spectacular as the singer herself. / Track Listing: 1. I Want to Take You Higher 2. Absolutely Nothing's Changed 3. A Fool in Love 4. Acid Queen 5. River Deep, Mountain High 6. We Don't Need Another Hero 7. Better Be Good to Me 8. Private Dancer 9. Let's Stay Together 10. What's Love Got to Do with It 11. When the Heartache is Over 12. Help 13. Whatever You Want 14. Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay 15. Try a Little Tenderness 16. I Heard it Through the Grapevine 17. Addicted to Love 18. The Best 19. Proud Mary 20. Nutbush City Limits 21. Twenty Four Seven
These medium sized (5") brass cymbals have big wooden knobs for easy gripping and a wooden mallet that dampens the sound into a lovely bell tone. A fixture in any marching band these include playing activities and songs specific to the instrument. Safe for ages +3 years.
Balter Ensemble Series Yarn Wound Marimba Mallets are made with the highest grade yarn ensuring excellent quality. They are a perfect weight for general marimba playing. Also available with rattan and 2-step fiberglass handles.
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Percussionist gets walloped with a flying mallet
Ouch! On December 4, 2018, a University of Regina Wind Ensemble percussionist suffered a minor setback during a performance... (and she's okay!)
Video by Ken Young & Morley Crowle, University of Regina.