Mr. Gerard Perreault

Phone: 910-289-3667 (School)


Degrees and Certifications:

Virginia Commonwealth University: Bachelor's Degree in Music Education Fresno State University: Supplemental Authorization in Mathematics

Mr. Gerard Perreault

Welcome All Music Students!


Thank you for visiting! 
I am Gerry Perreault, RHM Band, Percussion, Drumline and General Music Teacher.

The Music Web Page will share Music Education Links, daily goals to improve your music listening skills and goals to help you to achieve a solid understanding of how music is put together.   

Music is fun…everyday!

All Beginning Band and Percussion Students, who are renting an Instrument from Music and Arts,

Please E-mail Mr. Perreault and let me know where the instrument is now....

In the RHM Bandroom,    OR,     At your home.   Please let me know if you want to continue renting or if you 

plan to return the instrument.   I am getting updated information this week from the main Store.


Music students; please check your assignments for this week.

Be sure to listen to a variety of Music Every Day...!!


Fun Music Activity:

As you listen to your favorite Musical Groups and favorite Songs, please make a list and send to my Email.  I would be interested in knowing what all of my students musical interests are these days...!!


All Drummers and Percussionists:

Please use the following list of Warm Up Techniques for your 4th Quarter skills development:

1.   16, 8, 4, 2, 1.

2.   Single Stroke Roll

3.   Double Stroke Roll

4.   Buzz Roll

5.   Flams

6.   Ruffs

7.   Single Paradiddle

8.   5 Stroke Roll


Please practice from slow, to medium, to fast.

Remember to stay relaxed and play all exercises in a musical fashion...!!


All Woodwind and Brass Players: 

1.  Practice mouthpiece buizzing for 3 to 5 minutes.

2.  Play Long Tones on your instrument using 1st note.

3.  Play MS 5,  ( major scale 5 )

4.  Play MS 8,  ( major scale 8 )

5.  Play Rhythm Intro 1 from examples #1 through #10

6.  Play songs from our RHM Band Song List.

7.  Sing some notes with your voice,  then try to play the same notes on your instrument.