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Three Etudes for Snare Drum

Any or all of the ‘Three Etudes for Snare Drum’ would be an excellent choice for a festival or competition. These are serious, difficult and interesting solos, presenting serious snare drummers with a variety of opportunities to improve their skill and finesse.

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Rupert Kettle was born in 1940, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, studied and worked in New York City from 1958 to 1968. His percussion instrument teachers from 1950 to 1958 were Walter Walski, Donald Patterson and James Salmon.

Any or all of the ‘Three Etudes for Snare Drum’ would be an excellent choice for a festival or competition. These are serious, difficult and interesting solos, presenting serious snare drummers with a variety of opportunities to improve their skill and finesse.

Difficulty

Advanced

Performance Type

Solo