Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer

An Essential Guide to the Art of Keeping Time

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Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer

An Essential Guide to the Art of Keeping Time

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Series: Drum Instruction Publisher: Hal Leonard Format: Softcover Media Online Author: Ulysses Owens

The art of jazz drumming has greatly evolved through generations of players whose approaches have influenced styles, techniques, and even the tools with which this music is played. No other tool is as immediately identified with jazz than the retractable wire brush used by drummers throughout the world. In this beautiful full-color illustrated book, acclaimed Grammy Award-winning jazz drummer, composer, educator, and producer Ulysses Owens Jr. (Christian McBride, Gregory Porter, Ted Nash, Joey Alexander, and many others) explains the history of the development of the brushes in jazz along with exercises and illustrations to help you play with authenticity and ease. Features:

• Play-along tracks and demos that allow you to play with a vocalist and full rhythm section comprised of some of today's best jazz musicians

• Instructional videos in which Ulysses shows you how to implement the discussed techniques in real time

• Bonus interviews

• A comprehensive list of recordings of jazz brushes players from over the years

  • Drum

$24.99 (US) Inventory #HL 00298188 ISBN: 9781540057884 UPC: 888680951269 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 80 pages

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