On the Beaten Path now complete. Beginning Drumset Course, Level 3
(mtebaldi | Posted 2010-11-24)
On the Beaten Path: Beginning Drumset Course is now complete with the release of its third and final volume cd and book set. On the Beaten Path is a series that teaches aspiring drummers many drummming techniques and concepts through practical examples found on famous popular hit songs from some of the most different genres. A clever way of transforming what can be a tedious learning process into exciting playing time.
On this third volume of On The Beaten Path: Beginning Drumset Course you will be able learn an array of advanced drumming concepts covering polyrhythm, sextuplets, dropping bombs, rim shots, open hi hat splashes, stick clicks, 5-stroke roll, trading four, buzz strokes, first and second endings, and also playing in various time signatures such as double and half time, ritardandos and accelerandos. Each of these drumming concepts are presented through easy-to-follow lessons and are found on over 30 authentic country, funk, reggae, Latin and jazz beats that were consecrated by legendary drummers such as Carlton Barrett (Bob Marley), Joseph “Zogaboo” Modeliste (The Meters), Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Neil Peart (Rush) and many others.
The On the Beaten Path: Beginning Drumset Course series aims to show all drum students the very essence of being a good drummer. Through easy lessons, its educational content will help introduce and improve valuable techniques that will be of use for a lifetime. On the Beaten Path: Beginning Drumset Course, Level 3 is now available for $14.99 as a book and CD set. For more information on this series, visit alfred.com/onthebeatenpath.
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