Whether drum therapy is between a few people or thousands, it is simply a way of expressing yourself through rhythm and being able to tap into your emotions.
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Lizzie joined Normans after graduating from university in Popular Music with Music Technology. She has been playing the drums for most of her life and gained a great insight into both the technical and live aspects of them. As well as the drums, Lizzie loves to play guitar and will have a go at any instrument she can get her hands on! <a href="https://plus.google.com/109542482441580610384/about?rel=author" rel="author">+Lizzie Ball</a>
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A lot of people shy away from learning the drums when deciding to play an instrument but there is so many reasons why being a drummer is a great talent to have! Here is my top 10.
Getting your child interested in music can be easy if you make it fun and motivating for them from the start. Here is a list of our top 10 musical instruments that are great for children.
Even drummers have to start somewhere – and it’s not always practical for a young learner to try and start with a full sized adult kit.
Let me tell you what I keep in my drum bag. I use the Tom and Will mallets gig bag which holds everything I need. After 6 years of gigging with the drums, it has taught me to be organised when it comes to my drum accessories. Having all the different compartments means I can house everything without forgetting where I put them last time I played a gig. It also clips onto the floor tom, which means I can have the different sticks next to me that I can’t fit in the holder along with all my accessories easy to grab.