cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Open-Handed Playing, Vol. 1
eBook Open-Handed Playing, Vol. 1 ePub

eBook Open-Handed Playing, Vol. 1 ePub

by Dom Famularo,Joe Bergamini,Claus Hessler

  • ISBN: 0739054155
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Dom Famularo,Joe Bergamini,Claus Hessler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Alfred Music; Pap/Com edition (May 1, 2008)
  • Pages: 118
  • ePub book: 1846 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1355 kb
  • Other: lit lrf docx doc
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 773

Description

Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 18 left in stock (more on the way).

95 The first workbook on open-handed playing ever.

Titel : OPEN-HANDED PLAYING VOL. 1 by Claus Hessler with Dom Famularo Erscheinungsdatum : 1. . Mai 2008 Label : Alfred Music Publishing, Wizdom Media Katalog Ref. : ISBN-10: 0-7390-5415-5; ISBN-13: 978-0-7390-5415-4. Both Hessler and Famularo break down the two approaches to OHP, which include Traditional Approach and Voice Variation. Both have their advantages and disadvantages together with guidance on how to incorporate this method into your playing, particularly if you play closed. The book then goes into voicing alternatives, an approach that’s relatively easy for the right-y to adapt to and that opens a lot of creative doors.

Open-handed playing vol. I Claus Hessler Dom Famularo. OPEN-HANDED PLAYING VOLUME 1 Traditional Approach Voice-Variation Approach Play-Along Songs by Claus Hessler with Dom Famularo. Assisted by Steve Kunzel. Music Engraving by Claus Hessler. Book Layout and Page Design by Claus Hessler and Joe Bergamini Photographies of Claus Hessler by Heinz Kronberger, Florian Alexandru-Zorn, Rainer Koradi, Lavra Drumfest. Photographies of Dom Famularo, Billy Cobham and Simon Phillips taken from ww. omfamularo. com - ww. illycobham. imon-phillips.

This groundbreaking book offers a step-by-step approach for drummers of all styles to learn and apply the . Open-Handed Playing, Vol 2 : A Step Beyond, Book and CD by Alfred Publishing Staff, Claus Hessler and Dom Famularo (2011, Paperback).

This groundbreaking book offers a step-by-step approach for drummers of all styles to learn and apply the concept of open-handed playing on the modern drumset. Новые 1 084,02 RUB. Б/у: 613,56 RUB.

Open-Handed Playing, Vol 1 book.

Dom Famularo, Claus Hessler. This groundbreaking book offers a step-by-step approach for drummers of all styles to learn and apply the concept of open-handed playing on the modern drumset.

By Claus Hessler With Dom Famularo. This groundbreaking book offers a step-by-step approach for drummers of all styles to learn and apply the concept of open-handed playing on the modern drumset

By Claus Hessler With Dom Famularo. For Drum Set. Percussion - Drum Set Method or Collection.

Claus Hessler, also spelled Claus Heßler, is a German drummer, author, and teacher. He is a clinician who specializes in Open-handed drumming and rudimental drumming, especially Basel Drumming and Moeller method. He published his first book with Dom Famularo in 2008, Open-Handed Playing Vol. 1, He followed its success with Daily Drumset Workout in 2011, which was nominated for a "Drummie" award in DRUM! magazine and also nominated for "Best Educational Book" in Modern Drummer magazine. In 2011, Hessler worked with Dom Famularo again to publish Open-Handed Playing.

This groundbreaking book offers a step-by-step approach for drummers of all styles to learn and apply the concept of open-handed playing on the modern drumset. Based on concepts developed by teaching great Jim Chapin and fusion legend Billy Cobham, Open-Handed Playing not only outlines all the benefits of avoiding the crossing of hands when playing the drumset, but provides an incredibly detailed, complete and approachable method for learning this technique. "There is a wealth of ideas and exercises that offer students inspiration to develop their own approaches and applications." Tom Morgan, Percussive Notes

Comments

Sharpbringer Sharpbringer
Picked up this book about a week ago and have been dedicated a good amount of my practice time to it. First off, if you've been playing "crossed" for years (or decades) this is going to seem intimidating at first. The fact that the very first exercise involves doing double taps and pull outs with your right hand seemed a little overwhelming at first, but once I got past that and got to the "Tom Integration" beats the whole power and glory of open handed playing became very apparent to me.

After a week of playing "open handed" I'm absolutely astonished at how much my left hand has improved and wouldn't be surprised if (after quite a bit more practice) I end up switching to open handed (left hand lead) for the vas majority of my playing.

Only complaint is that I wish they wrote out some of the exercises in more detail. Currently working on playing 5 beat phrases over a 4 note pattern and it would be a heck of a lot easier if it was all written out on the page.

Good stuff. Recommend.

(To folks who think playing "open handed" is like starting over from scratch: It's not at all. The beats and patterns are already in your brain. Switching what hand does what is indeed work but it's nowhere near as much work as you're probably thinking. And the benefit of being able to lead beats and fills with either hand are tremendous. Currently I'm playing all my hi-hat beats with my left hand and all my ride cymbal beats with my right. And it's awesome.)
Ubranzac Ubranzac
I've been using this book for over 6 months now, It really has opened a new world of possibilities for me, playing open handed really gives you that extra freedom that close handed playing sometimes does not have...

I use both styles depending on what I'm playing and what I'm trying to say with my playing.

It's a great tool for the drummer that wants to try different things and for more advanced players It really is a great workout but also a really great challenge!
Zut Zut
This is an amazing source for drumming. I've learned so much from this book. I think this is a must for everyone who wants to improve their technique. I highly recommend this book for beginners, intermediate drummers and even professional drummers.
-Mischka (Drummer from Korea)