One of the best methods for learning advanced rhythm, polyrhythm, and metric/harmonic superimposition. Looks at rhythm through a magnifying glass and enables the student to see, sing and hear various subdivisions and groupings of subdivisions. Can be used by any and all instrumentalists. Will greatly improve the student s improvisational ability to create and respond to rhythmic musical dialogue. The book is complete with general exercises for all instrumentalists as well as specific exercises for pianists, bassists and drummers; a DVD with demonstrations of all the material from the book; improvised examples by Ari Hoenig and Johannes Weidenmueller in duo as well as trio with Aaron Goldberg; transcriptions on how to harmonically navigate through polyrhythm inside standard jazz forms; musical examples which can be watched, and used as a play along. The #1 method for learning advanced rhythm, polyrhythm, and metric/harmonic superimposition Will greatly improve the student s improvisational ability to create and respond to rhythmic musical dialogue Students will learn to look at rhythm through a magnifying glass in order to hear various subdivisions and groupings of subdivisions Students will learn how to make core rhythms into core grooves and use beat displacement to alter these core grooves.
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Drummer Ari Hoenig was born in 1973 in Philadelphia, PA. He has worked extensively in bands led by Shirley Scott, Jean Michel Pilc, Kenny Werner, Chris Potter, Pat Martino, Joshua Redman, Wayne Krantz, Richard Bona, Mike Stern, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Bojan Z, Jazz Mandolin Project and James Hurt. Since 2002, Ari has been leading his own group in New York City where they play regularly at "Smalls" jazz club on Monday nights. Ari is a Dreyfus recording artist who has recorded five CD's and a live DVD as a leader. He is also on more than 80 recordings as a sideman. As an educator, Ari teaches privately in Brooklyn and also for the New School for Social Research in Manhattan. He gives clinics and lectures at music schools and universities worldwide and writes a regular educational column for Modern Drummer magazine. Johannes Weidenmueller Bassist Johannes Weidenmueller has been a member of Ray Barretto's New World Spirit, the Carl Allen Vincent Herring quintet, the John Abercrombie quartet, the Joe Lovano trio and the Kenny Werner trio among others. Other associations include Benny Golson, James Moody, Gary Bartz, Clifford Jordan, Dewey Redman, Randy Brecker, Kenny Wheeler, Toots Thielemans, George Benson, Wynton Marsalis, Joshua Redman, Jonny Coles, Joe Chambers, Norah Jones, Madeleine Peyroux and many others. Johannes has appeared on over 60 recordings as a sideman. He has been on the faculty of the New School's jazz and ontemporary music program in New York since 1997 where he teaches bass and ensemble. He is an in-demand clinician who gives lectures and workshops at universities and colleges around the world.
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Book Description Mel Bay Publications, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0786677252
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