Polyrhythms The Chicago Clinic part 2 – Peter Magadini (for all musicians)

Polyrhythms The Chicago Clinic part 2 - Peter Magadini (for all musicians)



as polyrhythm some musicians guide was written for all musicians interested in poly rhythms in their application poly rhythms for the drumset as you can see on the left side of the stand over there was Pete's second book on the topic and was written for drummers only and deals with the application of poly rhythms at the drumset let me have about 140 please alright that's the other interesting to me very consonant poly time is 3 over 4 or 3 under four if you want to think of it that way 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 and the rhythm there I have written on page 15 is triplets in 3 against 4 you want to play that same flick for me again please thank you another rhythm that we don't have in our notation and I find it very interesting and fascinating even today exploring all the all the things you can do with triplets in 3 in 3 against 4 [Applause] [Applause] thank you all right so you can have 4/4 rhythm you can also have 3/4 rhythm with Polly rhythms as well so now we have a groove that goes 3/4 time and the two rhythms that work best with 3/4 time it's two over three and four over three this is where you're in one tempo and you're going to modulate the whole band to another tempo now most of the time as a jazz player most of the modulations wind up being twice as fast so you have this tempo and the horn players solo it taking a solo and your help them out and now you're playing and sometimes it actually goes up to that tempo so you modulated from the original temple to twice as fast but how about those temples in the middle so in the on the jazz DVD I did where I am in one temple and I modulate up one and a quarter times faster anybody know what one and a quarter times would be what five so here we have so it only modulated up 1/4 times as fast modulated back down with half note triplets 20 Williams just to do that a lot and he did it really well metric modulations so we decided to do a metric modulation thing of our own gotta get a drink of water based on a Latin groove by the way the Brazilian drummers and the afro-cuban drummers all influenced by the same African roots are very good at dealing with poly rhythms and poly meters this is more along the afro-cuban style but we're gonna switch tempos we're normally what I was playing as a modulated temple would be going against what they're what those guys are playing but they're gonna join me at the new temple one two [Applause] thank you now I'd like to play for you the exercise on page 60 you

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