Collection ASU0219 - Twenty flam etudes for the snare drum [alumni publication]

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Twenty flam etudes for the snare drum [alumni publication]


  • 1959 January (Creation)


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The University of Miami Alumni Association was founded in 1930 and governed by a volunteer board of directors. The UMAA is committed to encouraging lifelong education, providing quality services and programming, and assisting in the continued development and enhancement of the University of Miami.

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Rex T. Hall is an alumnus (class of 1938) of the University of Miami.  At the time of the publication, he was the Percussion Instructor at Wayne State University and Music Instructor at Detroit, Michigan, public schools.

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The 28-page book was written by Rex T. Hall and published in January 1959 by the Instrumental Music Center in Detroit, Michigan.  The author is an alumnus (class of 1938) of the University of Miami.

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  • English

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The publication was donated by the author to the University of Miami on November 26, 1960.

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