If you’re a drummer and you don’t spend serious time contemplating the genius of David Garibaldi, I think you’re missing out on some of the greatest pleasures in rhythm. He’s a master of subtlety paired with blistering technique and aggression. On my drive into work yesterday, I was checking out the album “Soul Side of Town” and right off the bat heard this gem.
Stickings are my own interpretation and might not be what was used on the recording.
Lately I’ve been digging into the incredible drumming of Lewis Nash. While listening to a Michael Dease album, I came across this perfect half chorus drum solo. Any suggested sticking are my own thoughts and possibly not what Nash actually played. There are a couple different cymbals used, and in measure 10 there’s a left side cymbal that is most likely a second ride.
I hope you enjoy working on this and the .pdf is at the bottom of the page.
Here’s a link to the YouTube audio, and the solo starts at 5:17
You can Support Michael Dease, Lewis Nash and all jazz artists by visiting their websites, BUYING their albums, and seeing them play live. Also, reach out to them and let them know how much you enjoy what they do.
Lessons at Scott Tiemann’s School for the Arts are really special!
First, we’ve got a full set of timpani, mallet instruments, world percussion including traditional Brazilian samba drums, two drum kits and more. Second, I take hearing protection and hearing loss seriously! Students have hearing protection for every lesson and are taught practice techniques that put safe volumes at the forefront.
Next, Drum Club! The monthly get together for students to share what they’re working on with a constructive peer group. Pizza, pinball, and a vinyl record for anyone who attends.
Oh, and recitals at UMBC’s amazing Music Box Theater.
Did I mention summer wood working camp where we build our own instruments?
And marching band cadence writing and winter drum line?
And a free first lesson?
Wifi and coffee for parents who wait around?
Help finding used drum kits that are just right for each student.
And so much more. Spread the word…..Now accepting new students.
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Fall is here and Drum Club is starting up again! The first one for this school year will be October 25th, from 6-9 p.m. The theme of this Drum Club will be METALLICA and the drumming of the legendary Lars Ulrich!
Drum Club is a fun night for anyone 13-18 who loves drums, percussion, pinball, prizes, and Pizza! Cost is $20 a person and includes food and an LP record prize. If your child is interested in attending, contact Scott Tiemann at email@example.com.
Here are a few photos from previous drum club nights.
Each summer I offer wood working camps to teens. It’s a fantastic couple weeks of summer. The camps offer an opportunity to reach back to an almost forgotten experience….planning, drawing, and making a project in the wood shop. The camps are 4 or 5 days hard work and lots of fun. The older kids this year completed Adirondack chairs while the younger campers made a set of wooden bongos. Enjoy these pictures from the truly magical experience.
Next year’s camps will take place next July 21 thru 31. Contact now to be put on an information list and get updates on when registration will open. Both camps will fill to capacity early!
It’s back for one more go before taking a break for the summer. The next Drum Club will be held Friday night May 3, from 6-9 p.m.
Drum Club is a super fun night of drumming, pinball, food, and prizes. Kids from 12-18 are welcome to attend and the cost is $20. This month’s evening will feature former Glenelg drummer Kirk Allen Kubicek giving a clinic on his approach to modern drum set playing. Kirk’s a favorite with many kids who’ve come to drum club in the past and I’m excited to have him back.
If you’re child is interested in attending, sign up here: Sign Up!
Or please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I’m excited to announce my woodworking summer camps for 2019.
July 15-19, 2019 will be my advanced woodworking camp for kids 14-18 years old, who are returning campers or campers with prior school based woodworking experience.
July 24-26, 2019 will be my beginners woodworking camp for kids 11+ or first time campers with no prior woodworking experience.
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