Disponibilidade: Em estoque
Editora: Hal Leonard
Autor/Artista: Rick Considine
Formato: Livro / Partitura / 64 páginas / Audio Online
Todos os ritmos sofisticados criados pelos grandes mestres da bateria são derivados destes importantes elementos: os rudimentos. Os rudimentos são a linguagem da bateria e este livro mostra como aplica-los em diversos estilos musicais e com isso melhorar muito suas performances e sua musicalidade. Acompanha áudio online onde você poderá ouvir como soam os rudimentos quando aplicados na bateria. Inclui ainda os seguintes aspectos: single e double strokes; stroked rolls; drags; flams; paradiddles, double paradiddles, paradiddle grooves e viradas, combinações e muito mais. Com este método você vai aprender e incorporar os rudimentos e vai ter a oportunidade de criar grooves, solos e viradas com mais eficiência.
All that rhythmic sophistication you hear from great drummers can easily be broken down into its basic elements: the rudiments. Rudiments are the drum language: a basic vocabulary of rhythms that drummers arrange and rearrange when they play grooves, solos and fills. This book shows you how to apply them to the drum set in all styles of music. When you start combining the hands and feet, orchestrating different parts of the rudiments between the various drums and cymbals on your set, you'll start to make inspired music.
Fifty illustrated grooves are reinforced on the accompanying audio so you can hear how the rudiments should sound when you apply them to the drum set. Discover how these basics become the foundation for all grooves and moves, including: single and double strokes; stroked rolls; drags; flams; paradiddles, double paradiddles, paradiddle grooves and fills; combinations and more.
Your choices of accents, tempos, style and feel are what will ultimately make the rudiments into music. Learning and internalizing them will help you expand your vocabulary to play creative grooves, fills and solos. Use Rudiment Grooves for the Drum Set to create an infinite number of combinations, in any style, and at any tempo.
The audio is accessed online using the unique code inside each book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.
About the Author
Rick Considine is an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music. He was a former percussion instructor and drum set conductor at Drummer's Collective in New York. He is also the author of several books including Ensemble Warm-ups for Marching; Percussion, Contemporary Jazz-Rock Rhythms for the Drum Set; and Transcriptions for the Solo Marimbist .
"Rick Considine has really developed a cool, workable system for using the twenty-six rudiments in beats and grooves...Rudiment Grooves makes an inspirational addition to any drummer's library."
- Modern Drummer (4 out of 5 stars)
"Breaks seemingly complicated drum set rhythms down to their basic elements."
-Teaching Music magazine
"A great book by a great drummer. Check it out!"
"Rick Considine makes a compelling case that virtually everything played on the drumset, regardless of style, has its roots in the rudiments and their inversions. The accompanying cd illustrates the endless musical possibilities when orchestrarting these single and double stroke combinations on the drumset."
-Rod Morgenstein- Dixie Dregs, Winger, Rudess Morgenstein Project- author of 'Drum Set Warm-Ups'
"Rick Considine has now given every drummer the opportunity to create modern, infectious grooves within any musical genre. He has taken the use of the 26 classic rudiments to a new level."
-John King, Director of Education, Zildjian Cymbal Company
"Rudiment Grooves for the Drumset threatens to become the Rosetta Stone of drumming. There has been no clearer demonstration of how to comprehend and apply the rudiments in every facet of drumming. Thanks Rick!"
-Ron Savage, Chair, Ensemble Department Berklee College of Music Founder/Director Abundant Life Music Instruction