IN THIS ISSUE: VDL Suspended Cymbal Tutorial, New Releases: Marimba Quartet No. 2 (Christopher Bradford), Pulsar (Francisco Perez), Time’s Arc (Anthony DiSanza), Cotton Gindustrial (Alex Smith), Three Romanian Dances (Brian Slawson), A Little Malletmusik (Brian Slawson), Tapspace Marching Percussion, Tapspace Mixtape 17.06 edition.
Congratulations to Ralph Hicks and Let Them Drum!—winners of the “Tell Us Your Story” video campaign
Ralph Hicks and the students of Let Them Drum! from The Woodlands, TX are the winners of our “Tell Us Your Story” campaign. As a result of their fun video entry telling us how they incorporate Virtual Drumline, they’ve won $200 toward anything on the Tapspace website.
When we notified Ralph about of the good news, he shared, “Thank you so much for this generous prize! We here at Let Them Drum have been ardent supporters of Team Tapspace since the days of Spice Mon and that funky looking ‘T.’ We look forward to spreading the love to as many schools in the community as we can, donating world class literature you can only find with Tapspace!”
Thanks to everyone who shared their story with us, and for all the ongoing support from our wide-reaching percussion community. We definitely couldn’t do what we do without you!
We’re embarking on a fun promotional video project in which we’d like to feature YOU. It’s sure to be easy and fun, and there’s even a prize!* Continue reading
After more than a year in development, we’re thrilled to welcome you to the brand new realization of the Tapspace website. Rather than ramble on about all the new features of the site, here’s a quick list of highlights.
- Instantly receive PDFs of parts for standalone ensemble pieces.
- Order 2-3 study scores of any standalone ensembles – perfect for festival situations.
- Streamlined filtering to zero in on what you need, quickly!
- Tons of enhanced and modernized design elements.
- Fully responsive – easily browse and listen on any device!
And as always, view full sample scores and audio of all pieces to make informed choices about the music you’re buying.
Take a look around and we hope you enjoy browsing as much as we’ve had conceiving it!
IN THIS ISSUE: Tapspace Website Redesign, brand new arrangement of Appalachian Morning (Paul Halley), New Employee Spotlight: Tyler Bragg, Tapspace Mixtape 17.03 edition.
We’ve found that taking the time to listen to good music purely for the sake of enjoyment is harder than ever to do these days, and that’s with the internet. In the spirit of getting back to music for music’s sake, please enjoy our Tapspace Mixtape playlists!
(Or follow Tapspace Mixtape via the Spotify Web Player.)
IN THIS ISSUE: Happy Holidays from Team Tapspace!, Midwest Clinic in Chicago, brand new release of Wham Bam! Bucket Jams by Hunter Stricklin, Holiday Gift ideas and shipping, Zillions of titles on the Texas UIL Prescribed Music List now listed for your convenience, Listen to 80+ brand new releases for 2016-17, Tapspace Mixtape 16.12 edition.
While we were busy churning out new titles, we didn’t realize it added up to eighty new pieces in total. EIGHTY! That’s a lot of music, so we’ve sorted it into categories below for easy listening. Continue reading
IN THIS ISSUE: Listen to all EIGHTY of our new releases for 2016-17. We’re headed to PASIC in Indiana this week. New collections, duets, and ensembles just announced. The Tapspace Mixtape (16.11) is here for your ear holes!
IN THIS ISSUE: The animated Tapspace cover story, new solos, duets, and ensembles just announced, Tapspace Mixtape 16.10.