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Asphalt Drum Majors
If you have mastered the basic pattern but have a "what if" questions about something special on
her show, it is a whole section of special cases for drum majors to learn.

You Forgot Your Place

Sometimes the driver gets the best of you and all of a sudden, you forget where the music of the
band is. Actually this is not a big deal; the band is looking more for tempo indications of pace. If you
get into the wrong account, but do not know where they are supposed to be, drop back to a single
pattern. In this pattern, simply hit every stroke counts to retrieve the correct driver number pattern
or you realize that the band is in the music. It is likely that neither the band nor the judges will
notice. There is nothing worse to stop driving.

The transition between times

Seemingly random two-four bars in four by four music really launch the band. Before you even start
making this kind of music, let the band know about the change in the time signature. Most
understand that an eighteen- count movement contains a two-four bar somewhere, but it's the
drum major work to make sure everyone knows where the bar begins. The driving pattern is
simple; simply change a pattern of four to one of two legs and then back to a pattern of four. In bar
two, making extremely large pattern to show the difference between times. Then start again four
small patterns and gradually build your regular pattern. This will help you distinguish the different
time of the band and the judges.

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Changing Tempos

Change is hard work tempos for drum major because the entire band is not watching the Drum
Major to make the transition smoothly. When first introduced the change of tempo, practice
switching between the two tempos for a whole hour. During a performance, the tempo should be
changed automatically on foot all the marchers, so do not rely on the drum major for the help.
However, if the tempo is introduced that is initially too slow or too fast, the band was sent to the
tempo they learned, no matter what the drum major. Try inserting a time of four tally marks in
changing tempo and count the change out loud during practice. Retards and tempo changes are also
learned in the practice of music. If the band knows a part of the music that is supposed to go faster,
is more likely to push the slow tempo music that can be played with the tempo practicing.
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Description: If you have mastered the basic pattern but have a "what if" questions about something special on her show, it is a whole section of special cases for drum majors to learn.