Three Times Three

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Chris Brooks

General Info

Year of Publication: 2008
Publisher: Row-Loff
Book: Trisicles
Level: Elementary
Duration: 00:02:16


Player 1: 5" Snare Drum & Tambourine
Player 2: 6.5" Snare Drum & Ride Cymbal
Player 3: Piccolo Snare Drum & Cowbell

Performance Notes

Three Times Three is a snare drum trio with each player also incorporating another percussion instrument. Optimally, the 3 snare drums would be different sizes, but if each player is using a 5" student model snare drum, different tunings will suffice. Also the drums should all be concert snare drums, not marching snare drums. For layer 1 & 2, tambourine and cowbell are handheld, so they'll need a chair, stool or trap table for those instruments. The Cowbell could be mounted, but the tambourineshould be held and shaken, not mounted and played with sitcks.

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