Chartwell Books, 2009/01/23 - 256 ページ
This book provides anyone intersted in learning to play drums with all the information they need to get started. Packed with useful tips and simple illustrated lessons that are easy to understand, you'll be jamming in no time. Includes a free audio CD with play-along tracks. Over 40,000 copies have been sold worldwide. This beautiful hardcover book with internal wire-o binding is 6.5in x 8in, a perfect size for readers to keep handy. The binding allows it to lie open flat for easy reference during practice. The stylish design of the book, along with the interior photographs, illustrations and diagrams, make the learning process simple and fun for beginners and enthusiasts. The audio CD included with the book can be used for examples and accompaniment. Lessons on notes and rests, time signatures, measures, and clefts, and other methods of reading music and keeping the beat will help drummers get up to speed fast. A history of the drums, along with an anatomy of a drumset, descriptions of cymbols, and other equipment drummers need to be at their best, will walk beginners through the art rhythm beats.
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3-way coordination accent add the bass adding the backbeat applying this process bass drum note Bass Drum Patterns beater CD Track comfortable playing complete the groove count aloud crash cymbal different bass drum double-stroke roll drum on beats drumheads drummers drumset Eighth-Note Grooves Exercise 1 track Exercise 12 Exercise 2 Exercise Exercise 9 extra snare drum following exercises following grooves footplate found in Lesson ghost note Grooves with Eighth-Note Grooves with Sixteenth-Note head hi-hat and bass hi-hat and snare hi-hat cymbals hi-hat note holding the stick John Bonham left hand look matched grip musical notation Notation page 38 Ostinatos pads paradiddle play the snare playing the hi-hat previous lesson quarter-notes read music Reading and Notation ride cymbal right hand Semiquaver sequence single-stroke roll Sixteenth-Note Bass Drum sixteenth-note figure Sixteenth-Note Grooves Sixteenth-Note Snare Drum slowly snare drum note Snare Drum Variations sound tap strokes Traditional grip Want to read Wanttoreadmusic?SeeReadingandNotationpage38