CONTEMPORARY JAZZ STYLES FOR THE DRUMS - Ian Froman - Peter Retzlaff

The Collective Ethnic Style Series
R$ 99,99

Disponibilidade: Indisponível

Código: 06620163

Editora: Hal Leonard

Idioma: Inglês

Autor/Artista: Peter Retzlaff - Peter Retzlaff

Instrumento: Bateria

Formato: Livro / CD / 64 páginas

UPC: 884088589509

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Este livro é iniciado com a análise dos componentes característicos da bateria ao jazz, como padrões de ride cymbal com explicações, exemplos, exercícios e em seguida uma música de demonstração e play-along para você colocar em prática os conceitos estudados. Os autores abordam a evolução do jazz e novas perspectivas e abordagens interpretativas, tornando a execução mais rica e técnica.

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The Collective

Hal Leonard

Sinopse Original:

Peter Retzlaff and Ian Froman provide an overview of jazz playing from early small-group jazz right up through post-bop and ECM styles. Retzlaff's section contains a complete approach to ride cymbal playing, ideas for handling turnarounds, and a section on brushes, while Froman tackles approaches to modern jazz timekeeping. Included are extensive exercises in 3/4 time (an area overlooked by most jazz books). Explanatory audio examples are included, as well as play-along tracks. 

About the Author
Known for his musicality and command of a wide range of styles, Peter Retzlaff has played with Kenny Werner, Greg Osby, Diane Schuur, Ray Vega, the BMI Big Band, and Maynard Ferguson. As an educator, Peter has been an integral member of the Drummers Collective since 1995. Peter received a B.A. in Jazz and commercial Music and a B.A. in Business Administration from Capital University. He also received a M.M. in Jazz Studies from the Manhattan School of Music. Peter is a clinician for Zildjian, Remo and Vic Firth. Ian Froman's jazz performance began at the Berklee College of Music and then continued with Miroslav Vitous and Bob Moses at the New England Conservatory of Music. Ian is an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music, adjunct faculty member at the New School University and a faculty member at the Drummers Collective. He has received two Canadian Juno Awards, two Jazz Report Magazine Awards, and a West Coast Music Award for his work with the Canadian group Metalwood.