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Gearing up for fall, New concert releases, Virtual Drumline Tip: "El-Capi-10" a.k.a., to upgrade, or not to... … Read More »

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Vortex (downloadable)
$18.99
As heard performed by the Bluecoats drumline in the DCI lot in 2014, there’s no escaping the Vortex.
2.5.5 Library Update for VDL
$15.00
Offers increased performance, new instruments, updated documentation, and numerous other enhancements and fixes.
Five Minute Drill
$16.00
Daily, FUN classroom routines and play-along tracks for beginning percussion
X (downloadable)
$18.99
A veritable onslaught of notes for the advanced battery ensemble.
Six Caprices Op. 26 (downloadable)
$15.50
Originally written for classical guitar by classical/romantic composer, Matteo Carcassi (1792-1853), these six caprices work as great etudes or...
Tap-Off
$79.00
The Tap-Off is a one-of-a-kind, dual surface drum practice pad that combines a smooth, bouncy gum rubber feel with the ultra-articulate...
Over the Rainbow
$23.00
For solo marimba, this arrangement injects jazzy flourishes and classical romantic influences to the famous song from “The Wizard of Oz.”
Up Front STUDENT EDITION (downloadable)
$12.99
A downloadable, student-modeled version of the flagship book UP FRONT. Specifically tailored for individual players, this product contains most of...
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"If you are familiar with the high quality of rudimental music that is available from Tapspace, then "The Blue Book" collection is no surprise as it is excellent writing by some of the finest players and teachers. I congratulate Jim Campbell for his fine work as editor and as the teacher of these contributors. This book is a testament to the continued excellence of the University of Kentucky program and a tribute to its fine Professor of Percussion."