Many of the typical performance shortcomings of student percussionists center around sustained tones. This webinar clearly and simply identifies what those are and how to avoid these shortcomings with proper teaching. You’ll learn step by step through Michael Faris’ discussion and demonstration on eight key percussion instruments – snare drum, tambourine, triangle, suspended cymbals, bass drum, crash cymbals, xylophone, and timpani.
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As you view the webinar, we encourage you to take notes as you go along. Feel free to stop the recording and rewind as needed.
Choose either format; Word Doc or Google Doc. After considering the key points that you wish to implement, describe the point in the ACTION BOX select a date for the initial implementation. Then, select a date that you plan to review and assess the success of the implementation.
An 80% score or better will result in a Certificate of Completion emailed to the address you provide. Those scoring less than 80% will be allowed to retake the quiz. In order to do so, you’ll need to register in the quiz with an alternate email.
You are encouraged to review these links for further study related to this topic.
Webinar – Organizing Your Concert Percussion by Michael Faris (coming soon)
Copies of this extensive instruction book on snare drum and mallets are available for $25.95 from Michael Faris. Please inquire at email@example.com.
To inquire about private study with Michael Faris at the Community Music School of Webster University, please contact: Kenneth Lederle, Assistant Director, Registration – 470 E. Lockwood Ave. – St. Louis, MO 63119 – 314.246.4452 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Faris is the director of the educational forum Strike Institute. Here is their informational video.