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Modern Reading Text in 4/4 For All Instruments [Format Kindle]

Louis Bellson

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This book has become a classic in all musicians' libraries for rhythmic analysis and study. Designed to teach syncopation within 4/4 time, the exercises also develop speed and accuracy in sight-reading with uncommon rhythmic figures. A must for all musicians, especially percussionists interested in syncopation.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the most important text on time ever written! 27 mai 2005
Par D. Brown - Publié sur
Bold words, eh?

The book has virtually no text, just a page of explanation in the beginning. (One instruction, to play music in straight and swung eighths, is vital for jazz musicians.) There is only 1 note in the text, the bass clef "e." You use the exercises in the book to develop your sense of pulse and sub-division of the beat.

I had 2 degrees and a teaching certificate in music before I ever found this book. By the time I'd finished the first 14 pages, my understanding and ability to play time was virtualy mastered.

The magic of this book is the hidden organization. I learned in education classes the value of "sequential learning" and "one complexity at a time." This book applies those principles in a masterful way. Every possible placement of quarter notes and rests are explored, line by line, in a sequential fashion. (Rest on beat 2, rest on beat 3, rest on beat 4, rest on beat 1, then 2 rests, 3 rests and so on.)

After quarter notes, the same thing is done with eighths and sixteenths, including ties. Dotted rhythms are explored. By the time you've finished the section, you have encountered every single possible rhythm.

I have my students count and then play these examples. It is a discipline and can be tiresome, but make it a game for yourself. If you want to learn to read music better, this is one "must have" book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT just for drummers! 10 juillet 2001
Par Surf1848 - Publié sur
If you're a musician who has to worry about rhythm (which is everyone) this book is a must-read. I'm a guitarist and this has helped my rhythm playing more than any high-priced book, video or lesson out there. Louis Bellson's book forced me to view rhythm in a disciplined manner. Even after working through only 5 or 6 pages, the book paid for itself. It's got enough exercises to keep me busy for a lifetime.
Its cover may give the appearance of a sterile high-school drum major's book, but don't let its cheesy orange color (or very low price, for that matter) fool you. This is a serious rhythm book, guaranteed to help you establish a groove, make your music funkier (if that's what you're going for), and give your internal clock a well-deserved workout.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Classic Text in Rhythmic Perception 9 juillet 2000
Par Charles A. Haynes - Publié sur
Bellson and Breines have accomplished what few authors on rhythmic perception are able to do: they have managed to combine a comprehensive overview of the most commonly-occuring notations in jazz, popular and Latin music repertoire with a sense of poetic lyricism, even if the book is based on only one note. The text is systematically laid-out, progressing from simple to difficult within all possible subdivisions of 4/4, yet maintains a constant sense of swing and realistic momentum. Every line of notation easily translates into melody and there are constant surprises; there was a tremendous amount of thought and love put into this work, and every imaginable kind of notation for the same rhythm is included in the text. Makes for excellent and challenging, not to mention inspiring exploration. Thank you Louis and Gil. Bravo!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book to learn about rhythm. 22 juin 2000
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This is a great book for bass players, as well as, drummers. It gives progressively challenging rhythm reading exercises. It gives examples using quarter-notes, eight-notes, tied rhythms, dotted rhythms, 16th-notes, etc. It presents a rhythm in a variety of ways that allow the user to see how the same musical sound can written in different ways. It is very mathmatical in its presentation. Although I was initially intimidated by the material, by working steadily,I have been able to build my confidence handling this type of material. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely Essential! 30 mars 2013
Par David Herring - Publié sur
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Absolute beginners, intermediate level players or seasoned pro's. On drums, or any instrument, use this marvelous text and improve.

I play drums and started 30+ years ago with this book to learn the basics. I followed the lessons as written, logically and sequentially, and did just that. Then, a few years ago I decided to woodshed and clean up my chops. I called a renowned player/teacher in L.A., and on our first lesson he asks me, "did you bring "Bellson?" I said 'yes,' then reminded him I'd been playing professionally for years, and had gone through 'Bellson' decades earlier. "Not like this you haven't."

He took my new copy and began writing on the very first set of exercises. After a few minutes of notations, he turned a page introducing basic quarter notes and rests into a series of exercises I literally worked on every day until my next lesson two weeks later. By placing some syncopated accent marks, and adding some triplet figures for the hi-hat and bass drum to play, lesson one in 'Bellson' became some of the most interesting and challenging exercises I'd ever seen.

But even without 'modifications,' beginning players of any instrument can use this book as written and get an excellent sequential understandable grounding in site reading. More advanced players can add accents, read the page as written, then backward, then vertically etc. Drummers can play the snare line on the bass drum and move the hi-hat around from line to line etc. The book is designed for this kind of creative experimentation. As written, or tricked-up with limitless variations, the book is amazing.

With practice, this book will do wonders to your playing and sight reading. And as always, a competent teacher will help accelerate this process. Of the few dozen practice books I've owned, and the probably one-hundred +/- others I've looked through at drum shops and music stores over the past 30 years. This is better than 'top-ten.' This is in the top two or three! Get this thing.
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