Intermediate Snare Drum Fundamentals Commission

In this ZILDJIAN WORKOUT episode, Andrew Barlow takes you through a flam exercise that not only warms up the hands, works on flam quality with single handed flams, flam taps, swiss army triplets and flam threes, but encourages a relaxed flow and approach to the drum. A great exercise to start your practice session while you jam along with your favorite tunes!

The ZILDJIAN WORKOUT project was created to give YOU the opportunity to “learn-while-you-drum” along with the top Zildjian artists. Covering three levels of technical demand, each video will cover several exercises that will not only help you improve your fundamental skills, but also expose you to the drumming philosophies of some of today’s master instructors!

Grab your sticks & practice pad – and get ready for a workout! Download the FREE PDF of the exercises here: https://zildjian.com/education/andrew…

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Op. 14 by Johanna Beyer

During the Fall semester, Andrew prepared the 2020 PAS International Percussion Ensemble Winners for a one of a kind recording. Johanna Beyer is the first known female composer of the percussion ensemble. Her works deal heavily with 20th century music and was forgotten until the 1980’s. Thanks to Frog Peak Music, much of Johanna’s music is now on sale and available for performance. Conducted and directed by Andrew Barlow, here is Op. 14 performed by the UNCG Percussion Ensemble.