||"Pedagogical Perspectives in Percussion: Educational Essays" by Randy A. Hogancamp of the School of Music, University of Northern Iowa has been released through Really Good Music, LLC. This is sold as a CD rather than a very large book. It contains 559 pages of excellent information on the total percussion world. It is a compilation of many years of successful teaching techniques and experiences. Excellent source for students and professors alike. The composer/author writes: This CD of the book PPP:EE contains a series of essays that reflect teaching philosophy and pedagogy including unique perspectives such as “articulation" for percussion and “rhythm of the hands” for snare drum. Additional chapters address teaching in college, traditional percussion instruments, and seven appendices of literature and world percussion music. The book is meant for music educators at all levels, students of percussion interested in a well-balanced approach to learning, college percussion methods classes as a reference book, percussion majors who expect to teach, collegiate music education classes, graduate student seminars, student teachers, college percussion teachers, and administrators who need a broader and deeper understanding of teaching percussion.