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by Dan Thress,John Riley

  • Author: Dan Thress,John Riley
  • ISBN: 089898890X
  • ISBN13: 978-0898988901
  • ePub: 1955 kb | FB2: 1328 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Alfred Music; Pap/Com edition (June 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 80
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 849
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The Art of Bop Drumming: Book  CD (Manhattan Music Publications) ePub download

Beyond Bop Drumming} is John Riley's exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed ^Art of Bop Drumming.

Beyond Bop Drumming} is John Riley's exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed ^Art of Bop Drumming. Based on the drumming advancements of the post-bop period of the 1960s, the book and audio topics include: broken time playing, ride cymbal variations, up-tempo unison ideas, implied time metric modulation, solo ideas, solo analysis, complete transcriptions, and play-along tunes. Series: Manhattan Music Publications.

The definitive book on bop drumming--a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development

The definitive book on bop drumming--a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development. This comprehensive book and audio presentation covers time playing, comping, soloing, brushes, more jazz essentials, and charts in an entertaining mix of text, music, and pertinent quotes.

The definitive book on bop drumming - a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development. Alfred Music Company, Incorporated. товар 1 The Art of Bop Drumming: Book & CD (Mixed Media Product) -The Art of Bop Drumming: Book & CD (Mixed Media Product). 1 222,05 RUB. Бесплатная доставка. The Art of Bop Drumming by John Riley. I've been working out of an old used copy without the CD for a year or so and bought the book to show my support to John Riley and his excellent teaching. I've been playing for 25 or so years and this book has been great for my Jazz chops! Worth a year or more in private lessons!

By John Riley, ed. Dan Thress. Dan Thress Drumset Book & CD Item: 00-MMBK0056CD.

By John Riley, ed. Drumset Book & CD. The definitive book on bop drumming--a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development.

This definitive jazz, bop drum set instructional book and audio CD covers time playing, comping, soloing, brushes, more jazz drum set essentials, and charts in a fun mix of text, music, and drummer advice. The Art of Bop Drumming by John Riley might be the most definitive book on bop drumming. A style of jazz that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music’s development. This comprehensive jazz, bop drum set book and audio CD covers time playing, comping, soloing, brushes, more jazz essentials, and charts in a fun mix of text, music, and advice.

Manhattan Music Publications. Book and CD. 80 pages. Drumset Composed by John Riley. Artist/Personality; Method/Instruction; Percussion - Drumset Method or Collection; Play-Along. Published by Manhattan Music (A. MBK0056CD). Item Number: A. MBK0056CD. Manhattan Music Publications.

Manhattan Music Publications - Drummers Collective Series. Beyond Bop Drumming is John Riley's exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed Art of Bop Drumming

Manhattan Music Publications - Drummers Collective Series. Beyond Bop Drumming is John Riley's exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed Art of Bop Drumming. Based on the drumming advancements of the post-bop period of the 1960s, the book and audio topics include: broken time pl. 5 EUR - Sold by Woodbrass Pre-shipment lead time: 24 hours - In Stock. The definitive book on bop drumming - a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development. This comprehensive book and audio presentation covers time playing, comping, soloing, brushes

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The definitive book on bop drumming---a style that is both the turning point and the cornerstone of contemporary music's development. This comprehensive book and audio presentation covers time playing, comping, soloing, brushes, more jazz essentials, and charts in an entertaining mix of text, music, and pertinent quotes.
Owomed
It almost seems like this book is based on what so many other drum books seem to lack. Not only does it have great exercises that never feel redundant, but the explanations are stellar. The analogies used to convey ideas across are superb. I also really enjoy quotes from the masters peppered in throughout. The whole thing really gives you a light at the end of the tunnel to strive for and conveys a humble musical discipline that any musician would benefit from. The audio cd covers loads of ground and it helped me learn how to sight read better by combining what I saw on paper with what I heard on the cd. While this covers some similar ground to the Chapin book, this seems to move along at a quicker pace and the notation is much easier to read. One thing that I must point out is how admirable of a job John does on handing out amazing wisdom that will guide you towards understanding your role as a musician. A role that should move beyond your own personal ego and should instead strive to be a component of what makes the music sound best. So few drum books ever really even bother with this topic, but it's so essential, as all the chops and licks you can play are worthless if you execute them in an undisciplined manner that keeps the other musicians from wanting to play music with you. It's the one thing that I don't think can be taught, but John does such a stellar job of explaining it in ways that anyone can understand if they choose to.

I firmly believe that if you can learn how to play jazz well, it can make you better at playing any other style. The only other jazz books that really hold their own with Art of Bop are unsurprisingly also written by John Riley. Art of Bop is intended to be the first one. His other two "Beyond Bop" and "Jazz Workshop" carry on with the assumption that you can handle yourself with Art of Bop first.

So in summary, what I am trying to say is, I have found no other book that maximizes technical skill, musicianship, humble discipline as a human being and inspiration from the masters in a single volume.
great ant
What's great about this book is that it's not just about technique, it's about music. There are plenty of challenging technical exercises but he explains how they fit in with the music and they're all applicable to real playing, not just chops building. His chapter on phrasing and soloing is first-rate. Good introduction to bop, and good insights even for those who have played jazz for a while.
Мох
This rather thin-in-size book packs a tremendous amount of practical instruction. It is intended as a thorough course in bop drumming for serious students, and will realistically take many months simply to work through at a basic level (and, as with any high-level skill, many years to actually master). It is suitable for beginning drummers who at least know the rudiments and basic technique (and who have familiarity with jazz in general), but would also be appropriate for experienced drummers wanting to learn the specifics of bop drumming. The book begins with basic time-keeping on the ride cymbal and progresses through comping and tailoring accompaniments. There is a detailed section on brushwork. While the focus naturally is on rhythm, there are also many useful pointers on tone, dynamics, composition and such. The accompanying CD is well put together and, in addition to including examples, also includes "music minus one" type tracks to play along with. The writing style is lucid and the explanations are clear. The author understands that playing drums is a lot of fun, and he seems to aim to provide a highly disciplined approach that manages to avoid taking the fun out of things -- no mean feat. This book is the next best thing to actual lessons with a great teacher.
Grotilar
I've had this book for about a month now and am reaping increasing benefits from it. I've been playing jazz for 20+ years, and have studied various books during that period, so I wasn't sure what Mr. Riley's book would bring to the table. I was not disappointed.
The beauty of this book is that there is something here for players of every skill level. The explanantions are clear and lucid, the play-alongs are superb, and the subtle insights are priceless (great photos and quotes from the masters too). Well done....and highly recommended. (I'd also recommend Kim Plainfield's "Advanced Concepts", to tighten up your funk, fusion, and Latin chops. If you spend a year seriously studying each of these books your musicianship and chops will thank you.
Have fun...and keep swingin' !!!
Fato
Challenging, but doable exercises, explained clearly and designed to introduce and expand your jazz vocabulary. THE book on bop drumming, should be in every jazz drummer's library.
Rolorel
Amazing book for anyone who wants to have an insight of bebop drumming, also is a book that will teach you something doesn't matter how many times you have finished it.
Kirizan
This is a great book. I am 67 years old, but I should have studied a book like this years ago. John Riley does a great job of articulating many essential aspects of Bop drumming as well as make connections to many great drummers.
I purchase a lot of instructional books on drumming. When I bought this book I put it away and forgot about it.

A few months later I learned of a weekly jazz workshop in town where they have jam sessions. On the night I went, I ended up playing for a hour and a half with jazz musicians that I have never met. I did ok, but I obviously needed to hit my drum cave and practice more jazz. That's when I first started to look at this book.

The section on "comping" is great and the rest of the book provides training that's very helpful to any drummer that wants to play jazz. There's even a section on brushes and the CD rounds out the package.

The ability to read music and understand drum notation would be helpful in working through this book.

There is no question that this book has influenced by ability to play jazz and provided lessons that I can apply at those weekly jam sessions.

Learning to play jazz well is a lifetime endeavor but having good books that provide relevant training along the way is critical. This is a good book.
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