- Partitura: 152 páginas
- Editor: Alfred Pub Co Inc; Edición: Pap/Com (1 de octubre de 2008)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 073905399X
- ISBN-13: 978-0739053997
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº125.990 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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The Commandments of Early Rhythm and Blues Drumming: A Guided Tour Through the Musical Era That Birthed Rock 'n' Roll, Soul, Funk, and Hip-Hop, Book & (Inglés) Partitura – oct 2008
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Eight years in the making, this "prequel" to The Commandments of R&B Drumming delves into the rhythm and blues of the 1940s and 1950s, an incredible musical era when shuffles ruled the airwaves and modern groove playing was in its infancy. Written by Zoro and Daniel Glass, drummer for Royal Crown Revue, this book is loaded with history, photos, graphics, exercises, and transcriptions, and includes the most comprehensive guide to shuffle playing ever written.
"This book/CD package is well researched, clear in its goals, and enlightening and inspiring in its approach. Keep this one on your bottom shelf; you're going to want to return to it again and again."
"Simply put, this is an essential requirement for every drummer's library."
"I am so impressed with what Daniel and Zoro have done to secure the heritage of the modern drumset. The Commandments of Early Rhythm and Blues Drumming is a must---every inspired drummer needs to experience and learn from this masterpiece. The book will take you on a journey through our history---and knowing where we came from will assist us in our vision for the future! Thank you both for your hard work, so that generations ahead of us can forever enjoy this magical era!"
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"In the modern era of R&B drumming, there aren't too many drummers more qualified than both Zoro and Daniel Glass who could have tackled this subject matter with as much passion as these gentlemen have . . . Anyone wanting to delve into the roots of modern hip hop and R&B will want to look no further than this resource; it's excellent in every regard."
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Its been about a year now since I started using this book in my studio with my beginning and advanced students. This book has done more for my students, all of them, to create strong fundamentals in groove musicianship than any other book in my library. In a world where one can be bamboozled into thinking that time is merely mechanical, this book cultivates a sense of time and groove that is core to rock, jazz or any genre of music. Its easy for a producer or engineer to ask a player to be more "layed back" or "on top of the beat" or "in the pocket." Or just musical, but how do you know what that means if you haven't been born to a musical culture closer to the Mississippi or further South?
Saul Goodman, my timpani teacher at Juilliard once said that "Beethoven gives you timpani playing on a silver platter." I can say after using this book with everyone young and old that Daniel Glass gives you drumming on a silver platter. There is a wealth of knowledge that Mr. Glass has gleaned through years of travelling to meet the people he introduces.
This book is simply a labor of love. I would have loved to have met some of the greats he knew. These drummers many of whom are no longer with us must have seen a chance in Mr. Glass to preserve and impart something precious about music through the role of the drummer.
And then best of all, he delivers the beats, one by one, in context for a feast of the good stuff that musicians love to play.