Keown, Alan There are 10 products.

Alan Keown has been a percussion teacher and arranger in the Pacific Northwest for over 32 years.  He spent many of those years as a drumset and orchestral performer as well as  marching percussion specialist at the University of Oregon, Oregon State University and various high school programs. 

He has been involved with Ted Turner's Goodwill Games Ceremonies as well as the competitive tour sponsored by Drum Corps International and is very active in the winter drumline activity.

Alan is a clinician for Yamaha Drums, Promark drumsticks, Remo drumheads, Sabian cymbals  and the founder of the Alan Keown Marching Percussion Camp, currently held in Eugene, Oregon. Mr. Keown publishes marching band music with Matrix Publishing Company, concert percussion literature with Alfred Publishing and Tapspace Publications and indoor drumline shows with Marching Show Concepts.

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  • Dedicated to legendary percussionist and educator Charles Dowd, Alan Keown’s Partials is a drummy, raucous work for unpitched percussion quartet. Each of the four players has an identical setup of one bass drum and a set of bongos. Via metric modulations, frequent conversation and trading of accent patterns around the ensemble, and bombastic unisons,...

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  • An apotheosis is the highest or best part of something. This Apotheosis celebrates the senior recital of the composer’s son and was written expressly for that purpose. Composed for two identical setups, each consisting of bongos, two toms, bass drum, brake drum, and three splash cymbals (shared by both players), this medium-advanced duet is mostly...

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  • In physics, interference is a phenomenon in which two waves superimpose to form a resultant wave of greater or lower amplitude. If a crest of one wave meets a crest of another wave of the same frequency at the same point, then the magnitude of the resulting wave is larger – this is Constructive Interference. One realization of this concept is found in the...

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  • Written for six players, this easier/intermediate ensemble for drums and percussion allows each player to contribute to the overall ensemble. It uses only standard, common instrumentation and no mallet instruments are required.Opening with a distant and repetitive snare motive, players layer in one-by-one, building to a driving and groovy piece which...

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  • The opening "fanfare" gives way to a hard-driving groove that cooks to the end! Each player has a written solo to allow them all to shine. This piece is a must for contest or festival!

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  • A collection of five original solos based on famous orchestral snare drum excerpts from the music of Prokofiev, Bartok, Rimsky-Korsakov, and others. These solos are perfect for recitals or contests.

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  • A sep-by-step methd for learning and mastering he 40 P.A.S. rudimens of snare drumming.

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  • Fun and furious, fant.16astic and forward, Funky Fugue for Five fashions friendly rhythms into a festive foray for four or five fledgling friends to fire funky feels at fans while furthering their feel of the fugue. Veteran percussion composer Alan Keown is no stranger to effective music education. With minimal non-pitched instrumentation and very basic...

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  • Behind every successful percussionist is a solid foundation that led to a truly musical voice. Designed for beginning snare drummers, percussion education veteran Alan Keown brings an immensely useful supplement to the curriculum for beginning players.  Through basic rhythmic vocabulary, dynamics, and rhythmic themes, the included five solos present a...

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