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Today's college percussion curriculum at the undergraduate level must present a wide variety of literature and opportunities to the student. At Capital University we strive for excellence in all aspects of percussion performance. We are dedicated to providing an educational environment that promotes a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of percussion in the music industry. If you still have further questions after looking around our Web site, please feel free to e-mail one of the percussion staff or students, and we will do our best to answer.
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Applicant should demonstrate ability in a minimum of three of the following five areas: snare drum: solo or etude; mallet percussion: solo or etude using two, three or four mallets; timpani: contest solo, orchestral excerpts, or etude of moderate difficulty; drum set: demonstrate basic style concepts of drum set drumming and may prepare a short solo to demonstrate improvisational skills; multiple percussion: solo or etude of moderate difficulty. Student also should be prepared to sight-read and play rudiments and scales. Students should supply sticks, mallets and literature. Demonstrate improvisational skills if appropriate.
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