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The Art of Bop Drumming

Author : John Riley
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Presents the essential elements of bop drumming demonstrated through concise exercises and containing ideas to help understand what to play and how to play it and why, as well as an explanation of how the drummer functions in a group.

Beyond Bop Drumming

Author : John Riley
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Beyond Bop Drumming is John Riley's exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed Art of Bop Drumming. Based on the drumming advancements of the post-bop period of the 1960s, the book and audio topics include: broken time playing, ride-cymbal variations, up-tempo unison ideas, implied time metric modulation, solo ideas, solo analysis, complete transcriptions, and play-along tunes.

Approaching the Standards

Author : Willie Hill
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"There are two groups of standards that help form the basic repertory used in jazz improvisation. The first group was created by jazz musicians directly from improvisation, experimentation and the analysis of musical forms, ideas and practices that were developed through study and the natural gifts of some of the greatest musicians of the twentieth century. This group codified jazz into chronological styles and provides concrete examples of its styles and concepts. The second group of standards is comprised of compositions written as popular songs during the first half of the twentieth century ... Every improviser is a composer who makes up melodies spontaneously. The model choruses give examples that can be studied, learned, broken into independent phrases and used to create other melodies that reflect more clearly what the improviser wants to say musically ..."--Preface.

The Erskine Method for Drumset

Author : Peter Erskine
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Includes drumset basics, the grip, chart reading and interpretation, warm-up exercises and over 300 beats to practise, complete charts to play along with the DVD and tips and instructions for playing fills, comping, soloing, ensemble playing and using brushes. --book cover.

Drummin Men

Author : Burt Korall
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Burt Korall is widely recognized as the most authoritative writer on jazz drumming. His first book Drummin' Men--The Heartbeat of Jazz: The Swing Era is considered a classic. Now, in this exciting sequel, Korall offers a richly informative history of drumming in the Bebop era. Korall looks at this music through the eyes of the musicians themselves, covering a whole range of important jazz drummers, but focusing upon the most original and significant--principally Kenny Clarke, Max Roach, and Art Blakey. Korall provides a knowledgeable background about the history of bebop--and the unfortunate and almost universal heroin addiction that swept through the jazz world in the wake of Charlie Parker's habit. The book contains Korall's own memoir of nearly 50 years in the jazz world, linked by his narrative of the careers of these drummers and their place in the bebop jazz scene.

The Cambridge Companion to the Drum Kit

Author : Matt Brennan
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The drum kit is ubiquitous in global popular music and culture, and modern kit drumming profoundly defined the sound of twentieth-century popular music. The Cambridge Companion to the Drum Kit highlights emerging scholarship on the drum kit, drummers and key debates related to the instrument and its players. Interdisciplinary in scope, this volume draws on research from across the humanities, sciences, and social sciences to showcase the drum kit, a relatively recent historical phenomenon, as a site worthy of analysis, critique, and reflection. Providing readers with an array of perspectives on the social, material, and performative dimensions of the instrument, this book will be a valuable resource for students, drum kit studies scholars, and all those who want a deeper understanding of the drum kit, drummers, and drumming.

Turn It Up and Lay It Down

Author : Joe Bergamini
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Based on the CD series by spencer Strand

The Drum Set Crash Course

Author : Russ Miller
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This book covers the essential foundations and grooves that will prepare the drummer for a variety of musical situations encountered on the average professional gig. Designed to be an encyclopedia of many drumming styles, The Drum Set Crash Course covers Afro-Cuban and Brazilian, blues, country, hip hop, jazz, reggae, rock, and much more.

HOW TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL DRUMMER

Author : Matt Jones
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How To Be A Professional Drummer is the only drum book that focuses on the career and business side of being a professional drummer; as well as give creative input. It's not easy navigating your career in today's music climate, so it's best to come up with a plan. Learn over 25 different careers for drummers, how to travel the world without having to be a Rock Star, how to keep a steady cash flow, and much more. At the end of each chapter are important questions to answer, so by the end of the book you also have a complete action plan! Inside you will learn from some of the greatest professional drummers and percussionists in the music industry; from all walks of life. They gig regularly, do recording sessions, have DVD's, and have played with acts such as: Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Carlos Santana, Kenny Loggins, Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Al Jarreau, Neil Diamond, Sergio Mendez, Smokey Robinson, Chicago, George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Michael McDonald, and many more.

The Drum Set Smart Book

Author : STEVE FIDYK
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Full of essential tips and exercises to improve a drummer's most important techniques, the Drumset SMART (Style-Mechanics-Applications-Routines-Tips) book is a text with easy to understand terminology. Steve explains the mechanics and musical aspects of drumming as if he were teaching a lesson one on one. Whether you are just beginning your studies, or are an experienced player, this SMART book to drumset can be used as a resource for instant solutions at your finger tips. Companion CD is included.