Percussive Notes is the official journal of the Percussive Arts Society, exclusive to PAS Members. Published in March, May, July, September (PASIC® Preview Edition) and November in print and online, this publication is written for professional and student percussionists. Regular sections are devoted to drum set, marching percussion, world percussion, keyboard, symphonic percussion, education, technology, health and wellness, research, and reviews of the latest percussion literature and recordings.
Vol. 56, No. 2 - May 2018
✎ Get a Grip!
Matched Grip Variations
Share the Tradition: Advantages of Learning Traditional Grip
✎ Financial Advice for Young Percussionists
✎ Top 10 Brain-Boosting Foods
✎ Victor de Pontigny: The Greatest Authority of His Day on Percussive Instruments Instruments
✎ Signal path: an Explanation of Moving Air with Mallet Instruments
✎ Cross-Rhythms for Bass Drum
✎ Brazilian Percussion Instruments Used by Heitor Villa-Lobos: Part 1
✎ Timbre-Based Adaptation: An Overview
✎ Terms Used in Percussion: What You See Is Not Always What You Get!
✎ Constructing an Effective Rehearsal Plan for Percussion Ensemble
✎ Marimba Levels, Part 1
✎ + More!
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