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Drumline Compositions

Check out some of our warm-ups and compositions. Click the links for downloadable sheet music and play-along media.


This accent to tap exercise, played up to tempo, will be sure to make your chops burn.

Double Beat 9000 is a popular drumline warm-up written by Murray Gusseck. This is our adaptation.


This is a short, fun piece that includes paradiddles, double paradiddles and paradiddlediddles.

 “The Three Camps” is one of the oldest and most famously known of all snare drum compositions. It was played as a morning wake up reveille in all U.S. military branches from 1779 until 1875 when a bugle call replaced it. "Tres Camps" is a modern take on a classic solo.


LG1 is an original composition, and the first piece The Logan Guards every played. This can act as a street-beat or stand-alone piece.

Play along to this triplet-based diddle exercise.


Get those grace notes down and the tempo up! Flam taps, flam accents, and swiss army triplets occupy this short but sweet flam exercise.

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