Doublebeat 2004 (downloadable)
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Doublebeat 2004 (downloadable)

Parking lot jam as heard played by SCV 2004
by Murray Gusseck
Price: $18.99
Duration: 2:05
Level: Advanced
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Doublebeat 2004 is Murray Gusseck's latest version of the immensely popular pre-show piece played by the SCV drumline. Gusseck and the guys take it up another notch or two with this extended version that contains new grooves and the same backbeat funkiness that has made this into one of the most popular drumline stand-alone pieces of all time.

This piece is available as a Single User part (one part, no score, licensed to one user), or an Ensemble Set (score, parts, licensed for one ensemble to perform). Both versions also include an informational Read Me file, and an audio recording of the piece. For more details on legal usage of downloadable sheet music from Tapspace, click here.


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