Percussive Notes is the official journal of the Percussive Arts Society, exclusive to PAS Members. Published in February, April, June, August, October (PASIC® Preview Edition) and December 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. 58, No. 3 - June 2020
✎ Powerhouse in the Mountains: Western Carolina University
✎ Extended Techniques for Vibraphone in George Crumb’s Madrigals Book I
✎ Exploring Textures in Jazz Vibraphone Performance
✎ The Rise of the Percussionist-Composer
✎ Your Body: The Musical Instrument
✎ Terms Used in Percussion: Tosca
✎ “Fan Kelen”—Traditional Dununba on Drum Set
✎ Tech-Centric Percussion Opportunities: Case Studies in Collaboration
✎ The Responsibilities and Benefits of Private Teaching
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Drum Set: David Stanoch
Education: Aaron T. Smith
Health & Wellness: Dr. Darin Workman
Keyboard: Dr. Brian Zator
Marching/Rudimental: Dr. Gene Fambrough
Professional Development: Dr. Dan Piccolo
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Technology: Dr. Kurt Gartner
World Percussion: Dr. Shane Jones