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Piece Title : The Downfall of Paris
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Composer / Arranger : Harr, Haskell
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Total Number of Percussionists Required :1 Percussionist(s)
Categories : Snare Drum
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Accompanied :Solo with Piano Accompaniment
Publisher :M. M. Cole Publishing Col, 1969
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Year Composed / Copyright Date :1969 / 
Duration :4Minutes
No. of Mallets/Sticks Required :2
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Programme Notes / Performance Details :The classic Fife and Drum tune The Downfall of Paris is presented here with piano accompaniment. The snare part is comprised of classic american rudimental style drumming. This arrangement offers a different twist to the standard solo.
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Posted By : Mastertltt    Date Posted: 22 October 2012 09:35:53 AM
One of the most played tradional Fife and Drum pieces. Even though the most played, its not the easiest when it comes to notating the 7 and 15 stroke rolls. Make sure you differentiate the certain type of of 7 stroke the piece is looking for, and learning the right skeleton for the 15 stroke roll, also flat flams are not aloud in this piece either. There is a great video of Dr. John Wooton illustrating the rolls within the piece, and if you can get them down then you will have a great time playing this piece and adding it to your book of solos.
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