D.R.U.M.: Discipline, Respect, and Unity Through Music: Discipline, Respect and Unity Through Music
Kids love drums! The sight, the sound, the power, and the feel are tremendous motivators for many students. D.R.U.M. is an acronym for Discipline, Respect and Unity Through Music. The original D.R.U.M. group was formed at author Jim Solomon's elementary school in 1995 to provide an ensemble experience for students not involved in any of the regular music groups. The group concept is designed to stress teamwork and self-discipline while learning these intensive percussion ensembles built on music from the United States, Brazil, Africa, and China. Useful for general music classes and special groups, this book is a terrific learning tool with unlimited potential!
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4th and older accents Arranged by Jim body percussion Bongos BTTT cabasa clap on basses Claves COLLECTION IN ENSEMBLES Conga Bass Drum conga drum Cowbell Drum Cowbell Lead Drum Cymbal Drum Bass Drum Echo patsch rhythm ENSEMBLES APPROPRIATE figure as Examples frame drum glockenspiel GRADE AND OLDER groove Guiro hand drum improvisation Interlude j j j j j j j j j j j Lead j j Lead Drum j n j n j n rm JAM RHYTHM ENSEMBLES Jim Solomon Recommended knee on Basses Lead Drum Bass main rhythm Maracas Cowbell meas Orff instrument percussion ensembles Play 2x Play on drums Play the rhythm players Recommended grade level Repeat A Section Rhythm of Rhyme rhythm syllables RHYTHMS APPEAR rm j j j j rm rm Shaker Cowbell Lead sixteenth notes Solomon Recommended grade special group STRONG FOURTH GRADE tap knee Teacher speaks rhyme Tone Open tone Traditional Arranged Vibraslap