CHARLEY WILCOXON 150 RUDIMENTAL SOLOS PDF
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CHARLEY WILCOXON THE ALL AMERICAN DRUMMER RUDIMENTAL SOLOS PDF
I like Wilcoxin’s book: Given the era that this material was written in, I strongly recommend listening to a lot of music from the 20’s’s. A lot of the music. He has a piece in that book dedicated to Gene Krupa so it’s supposed to swing hard.
These solos are supposed be musical, I’ve heard guys blazing through them like a machine gun at a drum corp audition but they don’t swing at those tempos. Good luck and have fun with these, keep it at a swinging tempo and let those accents pop. What do you mean saying ‘let those accents pop’? Should I play accents louder and other notes much quieter to make it swing, or should I add more accents, and try to play phrases by accenting first and last notes?
Listen to Papa Jo. I’ll tell you what. Originally Posted by svinohryak. But essential part is not just play it but ‘swing’ it. So how to get this right swing feeling while playing these solos? I’ve checked some videos with Jeff Hamilton and it’s usefull. But maybe you can give me any advice and more videos. Originally Posted by Odd-Arne Oseberg. Find all posts by jeffwj.
Originally Posted by tcspears.
I think it’s important to note that the book doesn’t solps to teach you how to be a better jazz soloist, it helps you understand how rudiments fit into your jazz solos. Here’s the description from the book: Features include rudimental solos of traditional and jazz influence.
Personally I don’t go for a “quantized” subdivided beat approach. In that excerpt you posted, play the phrase of accents only first on their own. Get that little phase or groove going as the musical statement.
The other notes are filling in the empty space. If that make sense. Here’s one interpretation of that piece The time now is General Discussion General discussion forum for all drum related topics.
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Rudimental Solos and swing I like Wilcoxin’s book: Send a private message to Jeremy Bender. Find all posts by Jeremy Bender.
Rudimental Solos and swing What do you mean saying ‘let those accents pop’? Odd-Arne Oseberg Platinum Member.
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Rudimental Solos and swing Listen to Papa Jo. Send a private message to Odd-Arne Oseberg. Find all posts by Odd-Arne Oseberg. Rudimental Solos and swing Quote: Originally Posted by svinohryak But essential part is not just play it but ‘swing’ it.
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Charley Wilcoxon The All American Drummer 150 Rudimental Solos
Find all posts by tcspears. Send a private message to jeffwj. Originally Posted by tcspears I think it’s important to note that the book doesn’t aim to teach you how to be a better jazz soloist, it helps you understand how rudiments fit into your jazz solos. Send a private message to sciomako. Find all posts by sciomako. Rudimental Solos and swing Personally I don’t go for a “quantized” subdivided beat approach.