Zelda themes (Talus Battle; Guardian Battle)
Benny Greb Rhythmic Alphabet (click here to access – bookmakr for future use)
–Practice clapping out the different letters from Q-X
–As a bonus, begin on th letters A-P (note: these are counted in four as opposed to 3 like Q-X are)


Warmups (1min/ea)
–Linear triplets: hi tom–>mid tom–>snare goal tempo 190bpm
–Triplet ex. (Goal Tempo=130)
–Sixteenth-Note Exercise (goal tempo = 100)
–Singles, Doubles, Paradiddles – goal tempo: 110bpm
Stevie Wonder: Superstition
–Drill the first two bars of that big fill on p2 (counting aloud, stitching the quilt together)
–As a bonus, begin learning the next measure
–Next week, we’ll start with the new material****


Warmups (1min each):
–Triplet Ex. 125bpm**
–***Ride pattern exercise with sixteenth exercise on the cymbal (goal tempo 105)
–Learn ex. 1-2 from p33 (in the google drive) playing the written line on the snare with the swing beat underneath***
Van Halen: Jump
–Working with the chart, make sure everything is on the right count
–Add in the small fill before the verse
–Drill the P.C. material–we’ll start with this section next week


Warm Ups:
–Singles, Doubles, Paradiddles (1min)
Conan Gray: Maniac
–Drill the main beat SLOWLY, making sure to think of your right hand as the “anchor” (1-2min)
–Then, work on building up speed gradually until you can reach performance tempo (remember to keep the right hand as your anchor–it’s the one keeping the tempo!)
–Piano Adventures book p45: keep playing aiming for hand-to-hand (r-l-r-l…) sticking
–Pno Adventures 46: if you feel ready, go ahead and learn this next song

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–Triplet Exercise 85bpm*** (1min)
–Rhythm Ex 60bpm–aim for one measure for each rhythm
Deftones: Minerva
–Drilling the main beat with counting aloud, slowly tidying the rhythm to perfection
–Add in cymbal variations


Warm-ups (2 min each):
–“repeat after me” rhythms and jamming
–Singles, doubles, paradiddles
–practicing the fill rhythms
Survivor – Eye of the Tiger –whole song!**
–Great job, keep practicing this 2-3 times each session to continue refining it. Next week will be finishing touches!
Drumset note-reading worksheet
–See google drive
–Notes in the bottom space are Bass Drum; the middle space is Snare Drum; the Xs up top are Hihat
–Read and identify when the different isntruments play
–Work on exercises 1-4, aiming for four repetitions each as a goal


Scales: C major, G major, F major, D major, Bb major
–Regular scale (ascending and descending)
–Arpeggio (1, 3, 5, 8, 5, 3, 1; eg: C-E-G-c-G-E-C)
–Broken thirds (eg: C-E-D-F-E-G-F-A-G-B-A-c-B-d-c…)
Up to page 42 in the piano
George Hamilton Greene exercises (in google drive)