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Technique of Percussion (Columns by George Lawrence Stone)
테크닉 오프 퍼커션 (조지 로렌스 스톤 칼럼 모음집)
Columns by George Lawrence Stone for International Musician Magazine 1946-1963

출판사Alfred
저자George Lawrence Stone
아이템 #00-48640
ISBN9780984329342
분량448 페이지
원산지미국


미국의 드러머이자 퍼커셔니스트이자 교육자이자 드럼 레슨의 고전으로 지금도 베스트셀러인 스틱 컨트롤 Stick Control과 액센츠 앤 리바운즈 Accents and Rebounds의 저자인 조지 로렌스 스톤(George Lawrence Stone 1886-1967)이 미국과 캐나다의 프로 뮤지션 노조 AFM(American Federation of Musicians) 회원들을 위한 월간지 International Musician 매거진에 1946년부터 1963년까지 연재한 칼럼들을 한 권으로 묶은 책입니다.
조지 로렌스 스톤이 퍼커셔니스트로서 일하면서 겪은 흥미로운 경험담들과 팁과 정보, 그리고 퍼커션 레슨들이 448 페이지 분량으로 수록되어 있습니다.


- Contents -

Foreword, W. Lee Vinson
Acknowledgments, Barbara Haines

The 1940s
Undated
Quiet, Please!

July 1946
Charles O. Couilliard / The Side Triplet / Two Easy Ways to Get Started

October 1946
Krupa / Fighting Flammers / Paralleling Power / Accenting the Second Beat in the Roll

May 1947
Hi, Jackson! / Short Rolls

December 1947
The Oral Count in Practice / Small World / Still More About Books / In Memoriam

January 1948
The Long Roll in a Short Time / Speed on a Pillow / Fighting Words / For Warm-Up

March 1948
What Next? / Cymbals / Wet Hands—Dry Hands

April 1948
“Touch” on the Drum / The Krupa Drum Contest / Sight-Reading Sidelights

June 1948
Joe, et al. / Sight-Reading / Wettling / Questions

July 1948
Marimba or Tympani First? / Bass Drum Beating / Miscellaneous

August 1948
Gardner Rebounds / N.A.R.D. / More Books / Afterbeats in Alla Breve / The Single Stroke Ruff

September 1948
[Signatures] / Three Against Two / Three Against Four

October 1948
Blame It on the Leader / Two “Beefs” / “Forcing” in Sight-Reading

November 1948
How Many Rudiments? / Playing Along with Records

December 1948
The Navy Band / Just a Kid / The Chinese Tom-Tom / Wait for Your “Second Wind”

January 1949
Gus Helmecke / Musician and Showman / Speed on the Xylophone / First A Thorough Reading / Embellishments / Drive Carefully

February 1949
Splitting the Practice Period / Music as a Cure / Cues in Drum Parts

March 1949
Decibels in Drums / Assorted Seven Strokes / Stage Fright / Eight to Twelve— $3.00 / Musical Definitions Up to Date

May 1949
Right Flam Left Flam? / Philco Band / Horsetails / Glissando on the Xylophone / What Others Think of Us

June 1949
[A Letter from William F. Ludwig] / Release of the Roll

July 1949
Anticipating the Beat / Harris-Gusikotf / Zizz / Edward B. Straight / The Cherry Sisters

August 1949
How Near Should the Grace-Note Be to Its Principal Note in the Flam? / Should a Flam Be Struck Louder than a Single Stroke? / Speed of the Mallet-Played Roll

September 1949
Xylophone versus Marimba / —and a Pair of Ear-Muffs / Old Books and New

October 1949
How Attack the Roll? / N.A.R.D. / Gene Krupa / Pete Mietzner / Biggest Bass Drum

November 1949
Bop / The Low-Down / Raymond Suskind / Museum Piece / “Prince Mathusalem” by Strauss—Drum Part / Tuning Tympani / Painted Drumheads

December 1949
Henry Woelber

The 1950s
January 1950
The Side Flam (Unalternated) / Side Flam Examples / Flam Exercises / The Side Ruff / Sousa A Novelist / Steady Job / Square Dancing

February 1950
The Carbon Paper Check-up / A Rudimental Autograph / That Heavy Right Hand / Unnecessary Spreading

March 1950
Kreisler / G—D—A—E / Teaching Ties / Making the Big Time

April 1950
Gilmore’s Titanic Tub / Four-Beat Jazz Not the End / John Scabia / Side Drum / Thanks

May 1950
Tuning a Bass Drum / Pitch Everywhere / Warped Hoops / More Light on Drumming

June 1950
Bob Wyman / Drummer on Ice / Heating System

July 1950
Flams versus Ruffs

August 1950
[Rudiments for Beginners] / Dry Tympani Heads / Paradiddles for Practice

September 1950
Sight-Reading / “Forcing” in Sight-Reading / Tympani Playing While You Wait / Chatter

November 1950
The Buzz Roll / “Avoid the Buzz” is for the Beginner / “Avoid the Scratch” at All Times / Chatter

December 1950
[Working with Pupils] / Four Measure Break / Chatter

January 1951
[The A Clef] / More Buzz Roll / Tuba or Not Tuba

February 1951
Lefty versus Righty / Split-Second Shifts / Xylophone in B-Flat / Chatter

March 1951
Handholds / More Handholds / Finger Roll / New Literature / Flim Flam

April 1951
Single Drag Variances / Hands or Foot / Chatter

June 1951
Basic Blows in Drumming / Slow Practice Builds Up Speed / Chatter / “Big Sid” [Sidney Catlett]

July 1951
Practice the Things You Don’t Like / Billy Dorn / Speaking of Clinkers / “Some Precautions for Percussion” / Chatter

August 1951
Tou Tou Pou Pou / Modest Drum Writer / 25 Rudiments or 26? / Another Clinker / Anachronistic Antics

September 1951
One of the First Things to Do in Elementary Instruction is to Make Lessons Interesting to the Pupil / Sextuplets versus Triplets / Exercises for Control

October 1951
Here are Two Things We Find Difficult to Do as Planned / The Attack in Rolling / Two-Stick Attack / Falling Chimes / Choice of Rolls / Study Vibes on the Marimba? / Don’t Do It

November 1951
Visiting Firemen / The First Drum / Maybe This Was It / Lady Drummers / Dinner Bells Too? / Recent News-Comparatively

December 1951
Inventor’s Corner / Then and Now / Swat the Fly

January 1952
The Muffled Drum / Now, Putting the Snares Back Again / Painted Drumheads / Angelic Tympani

February 1952
The Tambourine Thumb Trill / Chatter / For the Mallet Keyboard

March 1952
Oh, Promise Me! / Paradiddles / Interpreting the Single Drag / Key of C

April 1952
[Letters] / Practice with the Metronome?

May 1952
The Well Tempered Tympani

June 1952
Meanderings / Interpreting the Double Drag

July 1952
Are the Standard Rudiments Outmoded? / Mayhew Lake / Thousand on a Plate / Helmecke on Bass Drummers

August 1952
Fit to Be Tied? / Often We Can Guess Right / Great Disappointment / How’s the Sight-Reading, Junior?

September 1952
Technique of Percussion / Good Resolutions? / Percussion and Repercussion

October 1952
Make Your Own / Add Two to Make Four / “Four Ruffs, a Seven-Stroke and a Five” / Excuse it, Please! / Great Disappointment

November 1952
Short Roll Practice / An Interesting Deviation / Now, in Ensemble— / The 2/4 Drummer in the 6/8 Band / Bob Wyman / Chatter / A Thought from Minneapolis

December 1952
Timing Short-Rolls / Gilding the Lily / Chatter

January 1953
Nothing New Under the Sun / Complaint Department / More for the Mallets / Chatter

February 1953
Visiting Firemen / Six Against Four / Three Against Four / Analysis Comes First / More Warmer-Uppers / “Make Full Use of Your Dynamics” / Chatter

March 1953
Breaking Down the Rolls / Elementary Short Roll Chart / Now, Throwing the Book Out the Window / Pipe Down, Also Shush! / Chatter

April 1953
Stick Twisters / Extraneous Noises

May 1953
Ice Man / From Dear Old Boston / Tempest in a Hi-Hat

June 1953
[Latin Styles] / Rolling Around / Diversified Practice Necessary / One More Way / Wisecrack Department

July 1953
[More on Latin Styles] / A Controversial Subject / Chapin Calls It Coordinated Independence / The Wood-Shed /Heavy Sticks versus Light / Chatter / More Chatter

August 1953
Handholds for the Lefty / Get to Work, Brother / Show Biz / A Real Old Timer / Another Old Timer

September 1953
[Everett Conway] / Looking Backward / “The March of Progress” / Wise Crack Department

October 1953
Relativity, Says Einstein / An Honor Indeed / A Couple of Four-Measure Breaks for the Rudimentalist / Fancher’s Half Time Stick Beat by Jack Lynehan / First Love-Last Love

November 1953
How High the Hat / “All Wrong” by Tommy Hawkins / The Bass Drum Stick / Bass Drum Beating

December 1953
Compound Rolls / First Method / Second Method / What About Spacing?

January 1954
Compound Rolls / Later Writers / So— / Pet Peeve

February 1954
Cymbals—Becken—Piatti / A 300-Year-Old Secret / The Iron Curtain / The Low-Down—Partly / Final Touches / Stored Away to Age

March 1954
That Final Beat / Each Blow a Different Action / Speed—Speed—Speed / Rolls versus Bar Lines / Accent on Percussion

April 1954
From the Left Side / The Flamadiddle, So-Called / The Flam Paraddidle / From San Diego

May 1954
The Flam Tap / August Helmecke / Just One Little Word

June 1954
Practice Pad Pointers / Playing Spots on the Drumhead

July 1954
Sight-Reading Sidelights / Bull in a China Shop / Best Rudimental Cadence / Practical versus Ideal / That Morello Boy

August 1954
The Mallet Roll / Proportion in a Drum / Cymbals / For the Mallet Player / Just Rambling

September 1954
About Tympani / The Snowshoe—Circa 1927 / Fred Miller

October 1954
Theres Nothing to Drumming, Really / About Bass Drums / Roll, Roll, Roll / Chatter

November 1954
Trap Drum / Bee in the Bonnet? / Music of the Caribbean / Chatter

December 1954
Find Out First / Contest Technique / Rebounds in the Long Roll / Crotales / Chatter

January 1955
Attack and Release / Release by Yardstick / “Rolling with the Music” / Good Old Buzz / Expensive Tomtoms

February 1955
Practice Pointers on the Buzz Roll / Break it Down / Heavens! I Am Criticized!

March 1955
More Speed in Hollywood / Clarifying the Word “Rudimental” / Chatter

April 1955
Crescendo in the Seven-Stroke / Final Practice / Joe Morello / Contact Tone on the Marimba

May 1955
Glissando Style / The Percussive Staccato Style / How to Break In a Drumhead / How to “Break In” a Drumhead

June 1955
One From the Book / Jim Chapin

July 1955
Triple Sticking versus Triple Tonguing Sousa Knew His Drumbeats / Digging Into the Archives / Digging Still Deeper

September 1955
About Tuning a Marimba / Tweet Tweet, Likewise Moo / Simple Reading for the Drum Corps

October 1955
LaValle’s Drum Section / Mutual Admiration Society / That Ubiquitous Flam

November 1955
The Flamamacue / Mutual Admiration Society / Staggering Drummers / “Make up Your Mind,” He Says

December 1955
Jazz at the Philharmonic / The Drummers / Study in Bird Life

January 1956
The Good Old Days (?) / Quips and Stuff / Correction!

February 1956
Metal Drumsticks / One for the Book / True Values in Dotted Notes

April 1956
The Breakfast Call / Breakfast Call (Supper Call) / Kettledrums, Alias Tympani

July 1956
Rolling in 6-8 / Pulsations / That Three-line Abbreviation Again / New Sounds Yet! / How High the Lift?

October 1956
The Oral Count in Practice / These Be Parlous Times! / Carl E. Gardner / The Wheat From the Chaff / Wise Guy Department / One for the Book

December 1956
Same Old Question / The Flam-a-Poo

February 1957
Phonetics / Modern Solving / How Its Done / Why All This Groundwork? / Third Shotgun, No Less

March 1957
Just in Time / Speed on the Pedal / Do Unto Others / Breaks by Ted Reed / Making Mallets Mind

April 1957
More Short Roll Contrasts for Control / Sixes Combined with Fours / Eights Combined with Sixes / One Foot in the Groove / Teacher is a Mind-reader?

May 1957
Handholds—Not How But Where / Try It Yourself and Compare / The First Rebound / This Is It. We Hope!

June 1957
What is This Thing Called Speed? / Now the Mallet Handhold / Beating the Egg / More on Beating Time

July 1957
Roughing Up the Ruff / The Metronome / Specific versus General Questions

August 1957
Dotted Notes / Learning by Contrast / More Dotting / And Still More / The Professional Touch / Toy Boat

November 1957
Speeding the Speedster / Now, to Start / Then in Combination

January 1958
Fun (?) for the Mallet Player / Drumsticks De-Luxe / Hard Hardwoods / Now to Break into the Business / Now Begins the Recapitulation / Now Ends the Recapitulation

March 1958
The Choke Cymbal / Usually a Small Cymbal / Prolonged Cymbal Tone versus the Choke / How the Choke is Accomplished / We Strike the Cymbal on Its Edge / Notation for Choking Varies / Chick Webb / Bass Drum Sizes / Maybe He Wasn’t Following Strube

May 1958
Try Diversified Practice / The Drummers’ Glossary / Roll Your Own

July 1958
Benny Goodman / Pique-Dame / As Written / As Played / Try This

September 1958
Rivets in Cymbals / Flexibility in Rolling / Percussive Puzzler / Louder and Still Louder

November 1958
Tone Color? / Afterbeats in 2/4 / Gallop versus Galop

January 1959
Rim Shot Trouble / Good Practice Routine / Ideal Teacher-pupil Relationship

March 1959
Educated Thumb versus Educated Hand / Drumming in Two Easy Lessons / Nevertookalessoninmylife!!! / Buzz Roll—No Hands / Slow Practice First

May 1959
Hi-Hat Highlights / Metal Drumsticks / Love Your Practice Pad First

July 1959
[Reading Music]

September 1959
Ragged Rebounds / Now for the Answer / Alla Breve

November 1959
Compound Measures / Try This on Your Piano / Credit Where Credit Is Due / Hand Level in Drumming / Eye Strain in Sight-Reading

The 1960s
January 1960
Left Hand Velocity / The Long and Short of It / Digging Into the Archives

May 1960
Problems in Elementary Instruction / Breakdown of 45-Minute Daily Practice Period / Let Him Go / The Pianissimo Have Practice Pad—Will Travel

July 1960
The Standard Drum Rudiments / What Is N.A.R.D.? / Now What Is a Rudiment? / The Standard Rudiments of N.A.R.D. / The Long Roll / Other Rudiments / Drumming from Inspiration

October 1960
Swat the Fly / Aim Before You Shoot / “Rolling in Rhythm”

January 1961
Two Beat Roll versus the Buzz / Rolls versus Sandpaper / “Avoid the Buzz” Is for the Beginner / A Beat and Rebound of Either Stick / A Buzz of Either Stick / Wisecrack Department / Drumming With Records

April 1961
Flexibility in Rolling / Timing on the Drum Set / Bass Fiddle Episode / Sanford A. Moeller

July 1961
Wake Up and Warm Up / And, for a Chaser— / Slow Sight-Reading for the Beginner / Rapid Sight-Reading Follows / Billy Gladstone / English as Is and Isn’t / Wisecrack Department

October 1961
Crescendo and Diminuendo in Rolling / Now Comes the Buzz / Wire Snares versus Gut / Wisecrack Department

December 1961
About That Flat Flam / Slide, Brother, Slide

January 1962
Personalized Style in Drumming / One for the Eager Beaver / Financial Department

March 1962
Rolling In/Against the Rhythm / Method Number One / Method Number Two

May 1962
[Some call it ruff. Others say drag.] / Head Tensioning / Touch

June 1962
The Counted Roll versus the Uncounted Roll / Tympani Tunings / The Finger Bounce / Hush!

July 1962
Contrasted Rhythms / Three Against Two / Three Against Four / Five Against Four / Educational Department

August 1962
Adaptation of the Acciaccatura to the Drum Part

October 1962
That Light Touch on the Drumhead / Interesting Personality / Do It Yourself?

December 1962
Short Rolls in 5 s and 7’s / Spirit of ’76 / “And Leave the Driving to Us!” / String Section

February 1963
Tied Triplets / In Reading Ties / In Sticking Tied Triplets / Hi Ho Silver

May 1963
The Approach to Speed / Progressive Steps in Speed Control / Exertion versus Tension / Nines, Now

July 1963
Accenting the Secondary Roll Beat / The Thirteen Essential Rudiments

November 1963
Try It Before You Buy It / The Tongue as a Yardstick


 

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