Coordination exercises for Latin Jazz drumming - Lesson 5
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This drum lesson is dedicated to coordinated independence in drumming, the drum sheet contains combinations
of snare drum and bass drum strokes, with a steady Latin Jazz playing on hi-hat and cymbal.
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Introduction to the drum lesson: Latin Jazz 5
The series of exercises dealing with the steady Latin Jazz pattern played by the right hand and hi-hat
ends with the combinations of double strokes played by the left hand on snare drum and by bass drum upon the sixteenths.
The understanding of the subtle differences between the various combinations in the drum sheet is very important.
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This drum lesson dedicated to Latin Jazz coordination is a part of the published basic drum lessons.
The basic drum lessons, the first part of this method for drums, deal with the right posture, which is the basic condition to develop speed, endurance and precision with your playing.
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Rudiments & Fundamentals, Coordinated independence, Basic drum beats, Snare drum studies, Drums grooves, and Songs drum parts,
with transcriptions of songs and grooves by John Bonham, Phil Collins, Stewart Copeland, Steve Gadd, Ian Paice, Jeff Porcaro.