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**Drum Books Arranged alphabetically.** **Drum Books Arranged alphabetically.**
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Advanced Techniques for the Modern Drummer Vol. 1 - Jim Chapin.  Copyright 1948.  This book is to be used to develop coordinated independence between the hands and feet while playing the standard jazz cymbal rhythm.  The exercises also are designed to improve overall control, flexibility, and improvising in jazz playing. Advanced Techniques for the Modern Drummer Vol. 1 - Jim Chapin.  Copyright 1948.  This book is to be used to develop coordinated independence between the hands and feet while playing the standard jazz cymbal rhythm.  The exercises also are designed to improve overall control, flexibility, and improvising in jazz playing.
-Accent on Accents - Elliot Fine and Marvin Dahlgren.  Copyright 1968.  This book is best suited for someone who already has a degree of expertise in "Sick Control" although it is not absolutely necessary.  It has progressive exercises in the use of accents in sticking variations.  There are exercises in 3/4, 4/4, and 5/4 time in both regular notation and triplet notation.  Their are foot exercises that can be used also, and all of these exercises can be applied to any kind of music.    +Accent on Accents - Elliot Fine and Marvin Dahlgren.  Copyright 1968.  This book is best suited for someone who already has a degree of expertise in "Sick Control" although it is not absolutely necessary.  It has progressive exercises in the use of accents in sticking variations.  There are exercises in 3/4, 4/4, and 5/4 time in both regular notation and triplet notation.  There are foot exercises that can be used also, and all of these exercises can be applied to any kind of music.   
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patterns.  Also broken fill patterns, echoing the hands with the feet, and overlapping patterns. patterns.  Also broken fill patterns, echoing the hands with the feet, and overlapping patterns.
-3.  Soloing Over the Double Bass Roll- with accented sixteenth notes.  And sixteenth notes with mixed sticking, accented triplets, triplets with mixed sticking, and soloing over bass drum patterns.  +3.  Soloing Over the Double Bass Roll- with accented sixteenth notes.  And sixteenth notes with mixed sticking, accented triplets, triplets with mixed sticking, and soloing over bass drum patterns
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 +Drummers Rudimental Guide - Sam Ulano.  Copyright 1948.  This is a rudimental guide for the snare drummer.  It is designed for any level player.  There are carefully selected practice routines that can be use in a day-by-day program that will result in a mastery of the basic strokings
   
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 +Progressive Steps to Bass Drum Technique - Ted Reed.  Copyright 1963.  Exercises for coordination of the hands and feet.  Use of this book will allow you to master evenness of time and space between each beat and evenness in volume.  It will also improve you endurance.  Evenness and endurance are necessary to develop speed.
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Stick Control - George Lawrence Stone.  Copyright 1935.  This book is the cornerstone book for learning to develop and control the hands. "It is a highly specialized practice book, consisting of a progressive, highly concentrated collection of rhythms that can enable the serious drummer to gain control, speed, flexibility, touch, rhythm, lightness, delicacy, power, endurance, preciseness of execution, and muscular co-ordination. "It also can be used in conjunction with the feet by substituting foot strokes for hand strokes either for single or double bass. Stick Control - George Lawrence Stone.  Copyright 1935.  This book is the cornerstone book for learning to develop and control the hands. "It is a highly specialized practice book, consisting of a progressive, highly concentrated collection of rhythms that can enable the serious drummer to gain control, speed, flexibility, touch, rhythm, lightness, delicacy, power, endurance, preciseness of execution, and muscular co-ordination. "It also can be used in conjunction with the feet by substituting foot strokes for hand strokes either for single or double bass.
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 +3,5,7,9 Jazz! - Joel Rothman. Copyright 1976.  This book goes through various patterns and beats in 3/4, 5/4, and 7/4 time.  It includes various hi-hat, bass drum, and snare patterns and beats to be practiced so as to  enable  mastery over these different time signitures.  It also includes sections for 3/8, 5/8, and 7/8.  It is noted that patterns in 9 as well as 6 and 12 are patterns of 3.  Therefore, to play in 6/4, 6/8, 9/4, 9/8, 12/4, or 12/8 you can use the 3/4 or 3/8 patterns and repeat them in variables of 3 in order to play these other patterns.
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 +Wrist & Finger Stroke Control for the Advanced Drummer - Charley Wilcox.  Copyright 1953,1973,1979.  This book is for developing a high level of technique by the coordinated control of the forearms, wrists and the fingers.  All the exercises are four bar exercises.  The finger stroke (which is considered the ultimate in drumming technique" can enable one to play "fast, sharp, and clean flowing".
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