They are organized by difficulty level simplest to hardest. This section will continue to grow, so check back regularly. Some of the cadences are free, and some of them cost a little bit. Overall, we want to keep these affordable and accessible for any drum line that wants to play them.
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They are organized by difficulty level simplest to hardest. This section will continue to grow, so check back regularly. Some of the cadences are free, and some of them cost a little bit. Overall, we want to keep these affordable and accessible for any drum line that wants to play them. Generally speaking, the free ones have a simple structure and are just fun to play.
The ones available for purchase are a little more involved and took more effort to create. If you like this site and the music, please consider supporting it through purchasing one of the cadences. Electronic Dance Music. The rhythms are inspired by something you might hear in E. The cadence is intended for younger developing groups or as something simple for more advanced groups to learn quickly. Click here to download the score as a PDF , and click here to download individual parts.
The solos here are just examples. They can be easy or difficult. The snare line needs to be able to play a basic rock groove, which requires a little bit of independence coordination between each hand, but it should be fairly quick to learn for most percussionists who have been playing for at least a year.
This cadence should be accessible for an average junior high drum line. A high school can also have fun with it by making the solos flashier and harder!
Click here to download as a PDF. It can serve a younger ensemble by incorporating basic rudiments into their playing, or it can serve as an easy drum line cadence for a more experienced group.
Click here to purchase. This would be great for a young drum line that wants to grow as an ensemble—or for a more experienced drum line that wants something catchy they can learn quickly. This requires some control on accented singles, 6-stroke rolls, and syncopated 16th note rhythms. It should be accessible for an average high school or good junior high drum line. The fast tempo provides a challenge, but it should be attainable for an intermediate level group.
It starts confidently with a hard-thumping bass groove and showcases some fun feature moments for every section. The snare and tenors need to be able to play their flam rudiments. The bass line has split 16th note triplets and 32nd notes, some syncopated 16th notes splits, and double stroke rolls in the top two parts. The recording features five bass drums, but an alternative four-bass part is included with the purchase.
If you have six bass drums, just double the bottom part. The cymbal part is written for two or more players, but one person can combine the parts if needed. This cadence has drive. It has attitude. This cadence should be accessible for an average college or good high school line. There is a playful tension between a steady groove and slightly off-kilter rhythms. This is augmented by a contrast between both modern and traditional rudiments. Because of the intricate ensemble interplay, this requires a more advanced group to pull it off.
With that, the parts are pretty difficult, not to mention that key signature. Having a metronome cadencce very important. Dolce Diddles Battery Exercise too. Drumline Groove Gabe Pro.
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