(Berklee Guide). Play jazz with tremendous facility and authentic vocabulary. Learn how to develop your own sound, perform all kinds of crucial jazz time feels, and improvise dynamic fills and solos, taught in the tradition of Alan Dawson and other Berklee luminaries of drum education. This approach to jazz drumming presents a unique blend of four-way coordination, comping vocabulary, and soloing/improvisation concepts, infused with world rhythms. It’ll assist you to to develop a deep, practical understanding of how one can play jazz drums, and to develop your own personal sound and style. You’re going to Learn how to: * Deepen your sense of swing and overall timing * Consider the ride cymbal’s critical role in jazz time-keeping * Apply the rudimental language of jazz * Develop your independence, by the use of one of the most great Alan Dawson’s signature exercises and “The Rudimental Ritual” * Play brushes and brush patterns * Improvise captivating drum set solos * Incorporate world rhythms into jazz * Read and interpret drum charts
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