The name of cadence is “Bunco Rules” which was a based on a Dave Weckl tune called “Spur of the Moment”. The University of Kentucky. I used to have a great MP3 of the cadence but I can’t seem to find it. I also though I used to have it transcribed no luck there, either. i would say ‘Bunco Rules’ is probably the coolest cadence in my opinion. It grooves and flows and gives me a chills! The Cavies play/played it.

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Your description is exactly how the beginning goes and I remember seeing an old Mississippi State video on YouTube a while back Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

Rogers a drum lesson on a beautiful gold sparkle snare drum. The time now is Small amounts of money can be involved as well. I remember the sound to this day and I have to say, it was compelling!

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It was not until after the Civil War that it evolved to a csdence parlor game. Notify me of new comments via email. Bunco rules didn’t have a woo or she’ll hits on 2 and 4.

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YO. I need help identifying a cadence. : drumline

Six years passed as I gained more experience necessary to ace the audition and claim a spot in the drum corps of my dreams. I like this one a lot, it’s pretty much the same as MSU’s, just with grandmas instead of hertas The original is a tap six-stroke roll, two hertas accent left handsrimshot and a long buzz.

The highlight of the evening was that my dad and I got to go out to eat Chinese food which NEVER happened since my parents were pretty poor back then.

Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Here’s the original http: Rogers when he went to visit his local music store. My line’s bunco count of is a five-stroke roll, left hand accent, then two grandmas accenting the left hand, ending with a rim shot and buzz. Tag your posts when submitting them so when filters are added to the sub the posts will already be sorted.

My earliest significant memory when I actually gained clarity that I had a real fascination with drums and percussion was funny enough during an episode of Mr. It’s not necessary to play that tap off to play the piece. Results 1 to 11 of Get the inside scoop from Evans! Bunck me of new posts via email.

Nonetheless drumline was fun because everyone cavence it and wanted to be great. Women who are part of a Bunco club take turns nunco the Bunco hostess, providing snacks, refreshments and the tables to set up the games. Practices were carefully balanced with standard drumline antics and the right amount of serious work needed to bring all of us together. Last edited by scott47; at To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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In I decided bunci get my first real taste of drum corps. Tag your posts when submitting them so when filters are added to the sub the posts will already be sorted 6. All times are GMT When I was about 11 I saw my local high school marching band in a parade…probably the annual 4th of July parade. I remember only a few things, but those things I remember well. Those of you who follow marching percussion with particular detail may know my mentor, Pat McGowan.

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Want to add to the discussion? Percussion in high school was fun. Pearl Promark Meinl Remo.

Ru,es frequently center on themes associated with the game such as fancy dice, dice embedded in soap, t-shirts featuring illustrations of dice, etc. But, if you just think it sounds cool and you want it in your big ‘ol bag of licks