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Rhythm Book 103 free pdf Who is this rhythm book for? This book is for you--the struggling musician or the frustrated rhythm teacher. This rhythm music book is for you--the struggling musician, determined to confidently play, sixteenth note, rhythm patterns, by ear or sight, on your melodic or harmonic instrument. Or, for your music teacher, desperate for a study rhythm pedagogy that elegantly guides you past your deep frustration to discover your rhythm confidence. What is unique about this book? Firstly, this book does not try to to teach you every rhythm subject and every rhythm vocabulary. This sixteenth note, rhythm exercises, book focuses you on talking one vocabulary of sixteen rhythms. That's it. Secondly, this rhythmisation book is properly formatted for new rhythm readers with big, easy to read rhythm notation, supported by easy to see and read rhythmisation syllables. Thirdly, this is a doing rhythm book. Not a thinking or theory one. This book aims to get this vocabulary installed and embedded in your brain and speech, so that you can use these rhythm patterns on your instrument, in the next twenty-five minutes. Fourthly, this rhythm patterns book is part of a series of rhythm books, each of which focuses on a single rhythm vocabulary. The laser focus ensures you finish the book with a series of practical (mental and speech) rhythm music skills that you can use immediately. Fifthly, this rhythm exercises book, supplements and complements the leading rhythm books available. Other books take you broad and wide. Rhythm books, like this one, drill you narrow and deep. Sixthly, these dibidibi rhythm lessons complement rhythm guitar methods by focusing on rhythm rather than guitar. Seventh, these rhythms are uniquely ordered by rhythm density for ease of learning and playing. Why should you read this book now. If you want to replace your rhythm uncertainty with rhythm confidence (in the next twenty-five minutes) you should read this book now. Learning to talk, read, write and play this foundation rhythm vocabulary---in less than the next five minutes---is a ridiculously achievable skill. Why wait a lifetime when you can do this five minute job now? Then, talking this sixteenth note, rhythm vocabulary: across 33 rhythm conversations and 758 bars of word of mouth rhythms---in as little as the next thirty-seven minutes---is as straight forward as straight forward gets. After you have talked this book in 25 minutes you will have the powerful powerful rhythm vocabulary to command along with dobodobo and dibidibi. Awesome. What You Will Learn From This Rhythm Learning Book You will learn: - to talk the third Rhythmisation vocabulary: the dibidibi sixteenth note rhythm patterns - the concept of rhythm levels, rhythm vocabularies, parent rhythm, derived rhythms - to talk dibidibi vowel durations, positional and silent consonants in 16 combinations - the principle of rhythmic alternation between strong and weak rhythm - the best tempo rhythm to use with the dibidibi vocabulary - the concept of rhythmic density as a verbal and aural tool - how to read and write rhythm notation and rhythmisation in plain english You will talk and experience - the 16 rhythm dibidibi sixteenth note rhythmisation vocabulary - 8 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 7 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 6 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 5 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 4 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 3 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 2 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 1 attack sixteenth note dibidibi rhythms and rhythmisations - 5 sixteenth note dibidibi syncopations native to the vocabulary - 758 one bar and 323 two bar sixteenth note phrases - all 758 bars in tempo between MM60 and MM128

About Taura Eruera

I am Taura Eruera and I live in Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand. Apart from a decade off in the 90's I have taught guitar continuously since 1982. That experience included teaching harmony, rhythm and guitar at the School of Creative Musicianship for six years followed by private teaching, seminars and clinics. Over the years I have written many titles for guitar, melody, harmony and rhythm instruction. My titles have been self published for in-house and private student consumption or for publication on self owned websites. Over this time my energy has been focused more on creation than distribution. Now with platforms like Amazon Kindle and Createspace Publishing available, I am formatting my catalogue of work for wider distribution. Much of my writing has come out of my studies with Dick Grove, Howard Roberts and, more importantly, directly out of my teaching experience. I am grateful to a crazy diamond of a guitar player named Clash for being my pioneer rhythmisation Dobodobo guitar student, way back in the day. Clash reckoned that his skill in verbalising the Dobodobo's enabled him to put his strumming and picking hand on auto pilot. And make life that much easier for him at the Guitar Institute of Technology. Guitar teaching has been a major activity for me over the years. Teaching has always alternated with gigging and other activities in my work life: old school session work before the computer- transcription and lead sheet preparation and digital session work after computers came in. Then these activities extended to business consultation, business startups, founding roles in radio and health care companies, software development and search engine optimization services. Outside of guitar, my biggest teaching interest has been in the area of rhythm and rhythmisation. As a young teacher, I taught how I was taught: I taught harmony, first, second and third. It took me several years of teaching to understand that the main reason my students were not progressing as they should was because they were not learning, and being taught, rhythm. Teachers had the language to teach harmony but not rhythm. These days, for students ten and over, I teach rhythm first before I teach melody or scales. I teach them rhythm through rhythmisation and verbalisation. For these students I add notes to the rhythm rather than rhythm to the notes. It's amazing how much better students play notes or chords when they can place them on top of or inside a rhythm.

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Author : Taura Eruera
Publisher : National Library of New Zealand
Data Published : 29 June 2015
ISBN : 1877321001
EAN : 9781877321009
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 148 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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