Drum Set part from Lead On, O King, Eternal

Composer
Henry T. Smart, 1835 arranged by John Turner
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page one of the Drum Set part from Lead On, O King, Eternal

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I recently put a piano only arrangement of Lead On, O King, Eternal on this site. This arrangement is the same piano part but adds the string bass and drums (I prefer a brush kit). One thing about using Sibelius or any other notation software is the lack of tasteful drum parts for all styles. At least for me it's hard to find a suitable part that won't get in the way of the music so I resorted to just doing it myself and of course I'm no drummer. Good drummers always seem to know what to do anyway so writing it more simply is probably a plus. I know this is not really jazz but at least it's contemporary sounding and I hope you enjoy it. If you bought the piano only arrangement you need only buy the bass and drum parts to give it that jazz trio sound.


Composer
Henry T. Smart, 1835 arranged by John Turner
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Other
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