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Percussion instrument resources
Percussion instruments and their history by
Call Number: ML1030 .B6
This book, written by a celebrated percussion performer, has been a standard resource since its release in 1970.
Encyclopedia of percussion by
Call Number: ML102.P4 E5 2007
From the publisher:
Percussion: An Encyclopedia, 2nd edition, updates and enlarges one of Routledge's most successful music-reference works. The only comprehensive encyclopedia covering all of the major percussion instruments, the volume is divided into 4 major sections: an alphabetical dictionary of percussion instruments and terms; illustrations of key percussion instruments; longer, individual articles on key members of the percussion family, from Bass Drum to Xylophone, written by leading percussionists and scholars; and finally, several appendices of terms and symbols and a comprehensive bibliography. This new edition is expanded to include new research in the field as well as increased coverage of electronic and world percussion instruments.
Teaching percussion by
Call Number: MT655 .C67 1997
Thisresource is a standard in the for the college methods courses. Providing a comprehensive introduction to every aspect of percussion education, technique, and performance, this text helps students develop musical understanding and performance skills.
Guide to teaching percussion, 3rd ed. by
Call Number: MT655 .H64 1984