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The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming. Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Perry

The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming


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ISBN: 1423462955,9781423462958 | 120 pages | 3 Mb


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The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Perry
Publisher: Drum Center Publications




In general, "Deeper" goes further into contemporary concepts and features some great transcriptions of Paul Motian, Elvin, and concepts of Jack Dejonette's drumming. I Can't Get Started and Old Devil Moon are fine The late 70s saw Jones collaborate with altoist Art Pepper, under Jones' name (Very R.A.R.E., 1978) as well as under Pepper's name (The Complete Village Vanguard Sessions, 1977). Jack de Johnette - The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming. Limited Editon Jazz Collections. That, combined with Lloyd's great sense of melody and forward-thinking songwriting make for a satifsying listening experience. €� The mastering on this disc is fantastic. It is set up like a college course where you spend a week on each drummer.comes with a DVD and CD showcasing each drummer to go along with each chapter. The Drummers Way: Practical Ideas for the Modern Drummer/Instructor Bob's second book called "Deeper Into The Art of Drumming" further tackles the subjects of polyrhythmic playing, musical phrasing of triplet variations, and more slow motion swing exercises. Excellent sonic clarity all around. Rollins and Jones performed only with a bassist, and the lack of chordal accompaniment forever altered the scope of improvisational possibilities between the drummer and soloist in modern jazz. Lloyd's cool and progressive style is a joy, and Beyond Blakey's always magnificent and contoured drumming, this quintet's strongest asset was the beautiful, tart blend of Jackie McLean's alto sax and Bill Hardman's trumpet. Chucho Valdés moved almost seamlessly from African-Cuban rhythms and chants in Yoruba or Spanish to a hip, modern jazz style. Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Pat Metheny have all shared the stage with the man known as the father of modern jazz drumming." Here is a schedule Red Baraat performs at Boston's Museum of Fine Art..

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