Two Oh Six – Drumline Showcase

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Price: $18.99 US

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Give your drumline a feature piece that’ll really wow the crowd! “Two Oh Six” is a new-and-improved version of a drumline feature geared toward intermediate to advanced drumlines of any size. Originally written for the University of Washington Husky Drumline in 2013, its name comes from the telephone area code of the Greater Seattle region, and became quite the catchphrase with both the Seattle Cascades drumline and the UW Drumline for a number of years. Let your drum captain and line members collaborate to customize the vocals and visuals as your group sees fit. In minimal rehearsal time, your drumline will now have something to thoroughly impress crowds of all shapes and sizes!
Phrasing March


  • Full ensemble playback MP3 included
  • Individual part ‘Play-A-Long’ practice track MP3s (with metronome click) included
  • 1 minute 38 second duration* – Not too short or too long! (Note: *when played at marked tempo)
  • Customizable visual sequence cues
  • Engaging vocals
  • Full master score, adjusted scores, and separate parts (pdf format) included
  • Snare, Tenor, Bass, and Cymbal Instrumentation
  • Separate tenor parts written for either 5-drum (quint), or 4-drum (quad) configurations
  • Separate bassline parts written for as few as 1, or as many as 6 tonal bass drum configurations
  • Atonal basslines with any number of players can use the 1-player bassline part in unison