Practical Guide to 18th Century Drumming
by Ron Aylor

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Drum Tack   Reviews

Drum Tack   Introduction

Drum Tack   Lesson One: Note Values

Drum Tack   Lesson Two: Counting Time

Drum Tack   Lesson Three: Holding the Drum Sticks

Drum Tack   Lesson Four: "Gamut for the Drum"

Drum Tack   Lesson Five: The "Numbered" Rolls

Drum Tack   Lesson Six: "Draggs, Flams & Taps"

Drum Tack   Lesson Seven: "Of putting down the notes . . ."

Drum Tack   Test Yourself!

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