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Injust one week before he got the First Prize for piano, Jacques also received the Second Prize for percussion. This is why this piece is very popular and requested in many exams deleclyse auditions. Usually ships in 1 to 2 months. In only two short pages, it contains everything one needs to know about snare drum playing!

Marching Heads Snare Tenor Bass. Read Reviews 0 Average User Rating. All of the instructions are presented in four languages: This item was added to your wishlist.

Thanks for your understanding. Medium to Advanced Description written by Michael Dooley. Keisleiriana 1 in and Keisleiriana 2 inboth published by Alphonse Leduc. Everything is carefully packed by hand – we know just how delicate this stuff can be, and how important it is to you. PAS Hall of Fame. So when I wrote my own snare drum etudes Snare SystemI was inspired by all I got from him during all these years, and I submitted my works to him before publication.

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Methode de Caisse-Claire by Jacques Delecluse | Snare Drum Method Book

I am very happy and proud of this, but I also know he is a great musician, a clever teacher, and a wonderful man. Use this book of etudes to push up the bar of quality for your intermediate and advanced snare drum students – or use it to completely surprise them with sight-reading material!

In these etudes, the reference to orchestral repertoire is even more evident. Jacques first started to study piano and was a very gifted pianist, a very good student, and an excellent musician.

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However, he started to play percussion again very soon and, returning to his first professional passion, he became timpanist of the orchestra in —but he still played piano, too! New Pearl EM1 3.

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Sign jacqes for our newsletter Sign Up. Official Return Policy Shipping Every single order that goes out the door has a tracking number that will be emailed to jacqjes, and all of it is completely insured. Many players can play it slower, but the real pedagogical and musical interest is at the exact tempo. Accessories Cases Covers Stands. You must be logged in to add an item to your wishlist.

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While they demand the extreme attention to detail as all other Delecluse etudes, they are shorter in length and tend to focus on a jacuqes technique. You can delecluuse create an account for free. One can often see people in tuxedos playing some of them on stage! We ship from centrally-located Dallas, Texas. You must be logged in to add an item to your wishlist.

At the Conservatoire of Paris, Jacques also studied harmony, counterpoint, and composition, and he received the First Prize for percussion in Sign up for our newsletter Sign Up. When he was teaching at the Conservatoire of Paris, he was playing all the piano accompaniments and playing them much better than most of the pianists you have to play with in auditions! Methode can best be though of as an delecluxe course for his other etudes.

These are the reasons for the success of his works. It was then that he chose to become a percussionist and timpanist. Methode is only concerned about the actual playing of the drum, and jumps right in to exercises with 16th notes and dynamics.