The Drummer's Bible: How to Play Every Drum Style from Afro-Cuban to Zydeco

See Sharp Press, 2004 - 181 páginas
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"This guide to popular drum styles offers approximately 400 musical examples in standard drum notation showing grooves and practical variations, and provides overviews of the history and development of almost all popular music styles. Among the many styles and subsidiary styles covered are blues, rock, jazz, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, klezmer, zydeco, funk, bossa nova, polka, Dixieland, surf, and disco. While this resource and two-CD set can serve as a simple encyclopedia for those who need to know how to play a particular style, suggestions on varying the beat patterns for those who want to explore further and create their own patterns are also included. In addition, the two CDs contain performances of the musical examples in the book, which is designed with a lay-flat binding for easy use."

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Mick Berry, MFA, is the coauthor of The Bassist's Bible and The Drummer's Bible and has been a performing musician for more than 35 years. He has toured the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and has performed with Henry Butler, Eddie Henderson, Michael Wolff, and E. C. Scott.

Jason Gianni has contributed to Modern Drummer. They both live in San Francisco, California.

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