Free Drumline Music FreeDrumline Music. is the number one place to find free marching percussion/drumline sheet music and recordings. We support vic-firth drum sticks, remo and evans marching drum heads as well as Yamaha marching percussion drums and drum sets. However, FreeDrumlineMusic.com is a fan of anything percussion related. Pearl drums, Dynasty drums, Tama drums, Mapex drums, and Ludwig drums are all percussion companies that we greatly support as well.  Choosing the right drum stick is very important.  As a musician it is your call when you feel to make the appropriate decision when it comes to stick selection. This is why we recommend both Pro-Mark and Vic-Firth drum sticks. Drum stick selection varies when it comes to choosing a pair for drum set or marching percussion instruments such as snare drum, tenors, or bass drums. Cymbal selection for marching percussion drumlines is also a very important factor to consider. We recommend Sabian crash cymbals in a variety of diameters as well as Zildjian crash cymbals. Both Sabian and Zildjian have a great selection of ride cymbals, hi-hats, splash cymbals, and various other effects cymbals to choose from. Drum head selection is important as well. Depending on what type of drum you are working with, whether it be marching snare drum batter or snare side heads or marching tenor drum heads, the correct seletion is essential. Evans drum heads and Remo drum heads are great to use for marching percussion equipment. The key to being a good musician is practice. Having a metronome is very important. Drumlines are one of the most important aspects of a marching band. Having a marching band without a drumline leaves it incomplete. Vic Firth Pro-Mark Pro Mark Yamaha Dynasty Ludwig Pearl Mapex Tama Remo Evans Drum Heads Zildjian Sabian Crash Cymbals Splash Cymbals Ride Cymbals Percussion Percussionist Drum Set Drumset Drummer Drums Sibelius Sibelius software by AVID is extremely important when it comes to writing your own music. Writing your own music can help you become a better musician. Drumlines and drumline
 
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FreeDrumline Music. is the number one place to find free marching percussion/drumline sheet music and recordings. We support vic-firth drum sticks, remo and evans marching drum heads as well as Yamaha marching percussion drums and drum sets. However, FreeDrumlineMusic.com is a fan of anything percussion related. Pearl drums, Dynasty drums, Tama drums, Mapex drums, and Ludwig drums are all percussion companies that we greatly support as well.  Choosing the right drum stick is very important.  As a musician it is your call when you feel to make the appropriate decision when it comes to stick selection. This is why we recommend both Pro-Mark and Vic-Firth drum sticks. Drum stick selection varies when it comes to choosing a pair for drum set or marching percussion instruments such as snare drum, tenors, or bass drums. Cymbal selection for marching percussion drumlines is also a very important factor to consider. We recommend Sabian crash cymbals in a variety of diameters as well as Zildjian crash cymbals. Both Sabian and Zildjian have a great selection of ride cymbals, hi-hats, splash cymbals, and various other effects cymbals to choose from. Drum head selection is important as well. Depending on what type of drum you are working with, whether it be marching snare drum batter or snare side heads or marching tenor drum heads, the correct seletion is essential. Evans drum heads and Remo drum heads are great to use for marching percussion equipment. The key to being a good musician is practice. Having a metronome is very important. Drumlines are one of the most important aspects of a marching band. Having a marching band without a drumline leaves it incomplete. Vic Firth Pro-Mark Pro Mark Yamaha Dynasty Ludwig Pearl Mapex Tama Remo Evans Drum Heads Zildjian Sabian Crash Cymbals Splash Cymbals Ride Cymbals Percussion Percussionist Drum Set Drumset Drummer Drums Sibelius Sibelius software by AVID is extremely important when it comes to writing your own music. Writing your own music can help you become a better musician. Drumlines and drumline

Lexington is a more advanced cadence that is suitable for college drumlines. This cadence is made up of many intricate rhythms and rudiments, but it isn't so overwhelming that it isn't managable for medium/advanced players. Lexington is perfect for an intermediate college drumline or an extremely advanced high school line. Lexington is a great way to show off your line's skills.

By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 6 Drums
6+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals


Show 3 Some Love is an advanced cadence that is appropriate for advanced high school and college drumlines. This cadence is very balanced and contains both beefy and easy sections. Show 3 Some Love is dedicated to the tenor drum #3; the most unplayed drum on marching tenors.




By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals


Quality Recipe is a cadence that has a very unique style to it that allows it to stand out from most traditional cadences. This is a fairly short cadence and is a great one for lines who are planning on focusing more on their show music than playing a large variety of cadences. If you can only choose one cadence to play, we recommend this one.

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By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals



Just Drive is a fun, challenging cadence and is considered to be a low Leve 4 cadence. This is an excellent cadence for players who are trying to transition from Level 3 pieces to Level 4.








By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals

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True Blue is a great cadence for college drumlines. This cadence is difficult but is not considered be be demanding for an advanced player. True Blue features a snare drum cowbell part but can be substituted by playing on the rim of the drum instead.






By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals


Gear Down is a moderately difficult Level 4 cadence. This cadence is perfect for most community/jr. college drumlines.









By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals


My Dreamy Jeannie is a cadence based on the theme song to the hit 60's show I Dream of Jeannie. We have to admit that this is one of the catchiest cadences on FreeDrumlineMusic.com.





By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals


Goblin is a unique cadence that incorporates both a "new school" feel and an "old school" feel. There aren't many cadences out there that combine the best of both worlds; Goblin is one of those few.





By Cassidy Byars

Diagram Above: Minimum Instrumentation

Recommended Instrumentation:
3+ Marching Snare Drums
2+ Marching Multi Tenor Drum - 5 Drums
5+ Marching Bass Drums
2+ Crash Cymbals

 



   
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  FreeDrumline Music. is the number one place to find free marching percussion / drumline sheet music and recordings. We support vic-firth drum sticks, remo and evans marching drum heads as well as Yamaha marching percussion drums and drum sets. However, FreeDrumlineMusic.com is a fan of anything percussion related. Pearl drums, Dynasty drums, Tama drums, Mapex drums, and Ludwig drums are all percussion companies that we greatly support as well. Choosing the right drum stick is very important. As a musician it is your call when you feel to make the appropriate decision when it comes to stick selection. This is why we recommend both Pro-Mark and Vic-Firth drum sticks. Drum stick selection varies when it comes to choosing a pair for drum set or marching percussion instruments such as snare drum, tenors, or bass drums. Cymbal selection for marching percussion drumlines is also a very important factor to consider. We recommend Sabian crash cymbals in a variety of diameters as well as Zildjian crash cymbals. Both Sabian and Zildjian have a great selection of ride cymbals, hi-hats, splash cymbals, and various other effects cymbals to choose from. Drum head selection is important as well. Depending on what type of drum you are working with, whether it be marching snare drum batter or snare side heads or marching tenor drum heads, the correct seletion is essential. Evans drum heads and Remo drum heads are great to use for marching percussion equipment. The key to being a good musician is practice. Having a metronome is very important. Drumlines are one of the most important aspects of a marching band. Having a marching band without a drumline leaves it incomplete. Vic Firth Pro-Mark Pro Mark Yamaha Dynasty Ludwig Pearl Mapex Tama Remo Evans Drum Heads Zildjian Sabian Crash Cymbals Splash Cymbals Ride Cymbals Percussion Percussionist Drum Set Drumset Drummer Drums Sibelius Sibelius software by AVID is extremely important when it comes to writing your own music. Writing your own music can help you become a better musician.