Phrasing: Advanced Rudiments for Creative Drumming

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Phrasing: Advanced Rudiments for Creative Drumming

Series: Berklee Guide Publisher: Berklee Press Format: Softcover Media Online Author: Russ Gold

Advance your creativity and command of the drum set. Phrasing will help you expand your vocabulary by using standard rudiments and exciting rhythmic concepts, making your playing more conversational, dynamic, and focused. First, you'll learn a core set of phrases that are the basis for all the exercises. Then, each of the 50 lessons applies rudiments and innovative stickings to the phrases to explode the rhythmic potential of standard practice routines. This process will give you a comprehensive drum set vocabulary that you can bring to all groove styles. 52 minutes of video demonstration and audio play-along tracks are accessible online for download or streaming, using the unique code inside this book.

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$19.99 (US) Inventory #HL 00120209 ISBN: 9780876391495 UPC: 884088916190 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 112 pages

Endorsements

  • “Russ has put together a great drum set concept that will make an excellent reference book for long-term study. My favorite books are those that I can revisit time and time again for creative inspiration and source material for building ideas. Good stuff!!!” – David Garibaldi (Tower of Power, Mickey Hart's Planet Drum)
  • “Russell Gold has documented a system that can help you learn how to play rhythms using a great number of approaches. These concepts will help you integrate the rhythms into the flow of your drumming and develop interesting, musical embellishments.” – Steve Smith (Journey, Vital Information)
  • “Russ Gold's book Phrasing builds on the ideas of teaching greats like Ted Reed, Alan Dawson, and Joe Morello. In Phrasing, Russ presents a vast and progressive collection of sticking combinations and marries them with simple rhythmic phrases to help students gain control of the instrument and to think more musically.” – John Riley, multi-Grammy® award winner, Professor Manhattan School of Music (Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Bob Mintzer)

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