Advanced Snare Drum Studies - Peters, Mitchell

Advanced Snare Drum Studies
ISBN
027022, 9781934638149
Volgnummer
27022
Publisher
Groothandel NL
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Publishernumber
TRY1065
Composer
Mitchell Peters 1935-2017
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Instrument
Percussion (+ Instruments)
Theme
Kleine trom/snare drum Percussion Studies
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25 studies, 51 pages. Twenty five etudes to get your reading, technique and more sensitivity towards your snare approach. Mitchell Peters is former principal timpanist and percussionist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. He has composed well-known pieces for the marimba such as Yellow After the Rain and Sea Refractions; it is said that these works were composed because Peters felt that there was a lack of musically interesting material that would introduce his students to four-mallet marimba techniques. Several of his snare drum and timpani etude books are in common use as well. He began his career in the army orchestra. He later was principal percussionist of Dallas Symphony before taking the principal percussion position in the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1969. When principal timpanist William Kraft retired in 1981 to pursue his career as a composer, Peters stepped up to assume the role as timpanist, a position he occupied through the Los Angeles Philharmonic's 2005/2006 season. Peters is well known for his prodigious sightreading ability. Peters became the applied percussion teacher at California State University Los Angeles shortly after joing the LA Philharmonic. During his tenure as timpanist, he took the position as Professor of Percussion at the University of California, Los Angeles. He continues to teach at UCLA where he gives private lessons to students and leads the UCLA Percussion Ensemble.

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