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Find all posts by ccsimms. I DO NOT want to start any debates about right and wrong here, I just want to get a feel for how common this technique is Also had to tap my foot on 1 and 3 or each beat if I wanted.
I really like the snqre process this book presents starting with learning all of the rudiments as “non-bounce” exercises for muscle memory, then going through them a second time as “bounce” exercises for speed and practicalityHOWEVER something I am not sure about is the technique Ted Mackenzie uses for striking the drum.
Failure to demonstrate it like this meant it was going to be reassigned for the next week.
Monica McCoy Senior Member. Myles-Thayer rated it really liked it Dec 26, To see what your friends thought of this book, please deum up. The time now is Want to Read saving…. I don’t see many other players using this method exactly as Ted describes, and I feel it is very awkward.
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Alen marked it as to-read Dec 08, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He is a very muscular player and doesnt use a lot of bounce, but jesus he can play a double stoke roll. The others I was told to buy. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Books by Buddy Rich. Samir Pariyar marked it as to-read Apr 16, Felipe marked it as to-read Aug 08, My teach is merciless. The thing is, one of my private teachers told me that knuckles should be facing up at all times and the motion of the wrist is a simple pivot rather than a twist. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. No trivia or quizzes yet. Send a private message to ccsimms.
Buddy Rich’s Modern Interpretation of Snare Drum Rudiments
Jim Mitchell added it Sep 15, Martin De Pourquery marked it as to-read May 22, Jason Isaac rated it liked it Apr 12, In the “full stroke” up position, the knuckles are facing up and thumbs are facing each other. Send a private message to samthebeat.
Send a private message to Fox For those who have used the book, what do you think of it in terms of teaching rudiments? There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
I’ve been playing for 2. In addition to the elementary principles of music, there are 83 lessons of exercises and rudiments, 21 reading exercises, 10 exercises employing rudiments, and advanced rhythmic studies. I would’nt worry to much about the status qo, im not really sure how most people, if your not hurting yourself and it works its fine in my opinion.
To me it seems the wrist motion the twist of the wrist using the forearm as Ted demonstrated in his video is very exaggerated. Leigh marked it as to-read Nov 03, Chip added it Sep 04, Kevin O’mara og it budey liked it Oct 03, Rich’s ability and genius in the drum world make this book one of the landmarks of drum literature.
Lists with This Book. We did the reading sections early on. Lately it’s been advanced rhythm stuff. Took almost a year to go thru snapping each rudiment.
At class I had to play right and left lead with intention and in time. Eddie Stixx marked it as to-read Oct 22, Valeria marked it as to-read Jan 09, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Then 9 months to go thru again bouncing the exercises.
Nolan is currently reading it Oct 30, Danny rated it it was amazing Jun 01, Another thing I notice is that the Buddy Rich book goes through “ruffs” as alternating single stroke rudiments, but other methods don’t always include “ruffs”.
Just snap straight down.
Ed added it Oct 09, Buddy Rich’s Modern Interpretation of Modern Snare Drum Ricy well its fine to twist and it feels more comfortable when lifting the sticks to a full stroke posistion.