Snare solos

Today I was trying out a newer version of a solo I have been working on over the past few weeks – trying to make the most of rudiments etc but also engaging with the elusive ‘dynamics’ aspect. And keeping it short but snappy!

Most interesting was the way it changed as I considered (or tried to) the needs of the listener / watcher by viewing other drummers and trying to work out just what made some exciting and some dull.

Not sure which category this try out falls into but I feel happier that it’s got a little bit of most things in but hopefully with enough variety to keep things interesting.

Apologies for the camera angle! Only place to put it!

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About Stuart Dyer

Stuart Dyer, Christian Writer and Musician living in West Sussex, England. Works in the hope of producing the worthy novel or solo; giggles at Oliver Hardy, Peter Sellers and Spike Jones; admires Hudson Taylor, Dickens, Salinger, Bill Bailey and Neil Peart; listens from Wagner to Miles with lots of stops in between; dances to motown and aims to achieve balance in all things.
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