OT -- Cymbal Line warm-ups

I'm working on new warm-ups for the line and need ideas for the cymbal line during just the basics: eights, double beat, triplet rolls, etc.

What do you guys write for your cymbal line's for full battery warm-ups?
Sorry I took a while to get back to you...had to do the whole school end-of-year junk.�� I need to edit a couple of things in the music that my cymbal captain pointed out to me and I can e-mail anyone who wants them.�� They're mostly simple skills that go along with the rest of the battery, but it's where they need to be so they can coordinate their movements and get the fundamentals straightened out.�� Unfortunately, I left the edits at school and won't get to them until Tuesday after percussion camp.�� But I'm on it!
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Got plenty of stuff.  Do you use Sibelius?
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Yep!
Got plenty of stuff.  Do you use Sibelius?
Clay, we need to get together and see what we can up with. 

Family is great, hope yours is too. 
Keith,
You and I are on the same page.  I am reworking our warm-up program, and am at somewhat of a loss as to what to do for cymbals.  I haven't actually marched a cymbal line in 6 or 7 years, but I may need to with my numbers next year.  Let me know what you come up with.  I could use the input. 

I hope you and the family are well.

Clay Sloan
Hey Neal.  Thanks for the info.  I'll check it out!
Keith,

Hello!  Please go to www.mdb.ua.edu and click on
Divisions and then Percussion.  Check out
Out of The Bottle, Tapped Out, and Mickey-us.
Those are our three basic warm-ups we use
with the front ensemble and battery.  Eight-on-a-hand
and other basics are a good time for the cymbals to
work different techniques/sounds (zischen, tap, slide, etc.)
and/or split parts.  At faster tempos you might
want to have an alternative to the split parts.
If you like, I can put you in touch with our
cymbal instructor. He marched BD with Mystique
this past season and currently marches BD with the
Crusaders.  Sometimes, during basic exercises, the
cymbals use the time to stretch, work on visuals,
or visual aspects of their playing.  Hope the info.
Helps!


Take care!
Neal
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