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The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming book
The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming book

The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming by Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Perry

The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming

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The Art of Modern Jazz Drumming Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Perry ebook
ISBN: 1423462955, 9781423462958
Publisher: Drum Center Publications
Format: pdf
Page: 120

A savvy concept album that wears its theme with grace and style, Pop-Culture Blues is a 10-movement suite that explores modern jazz's rapidly evolving compositional styles through the lens of the blues. What the people are moving toward is what hip-hop is. Alvin Fielder, the drummer and historian, has posited that modern drumming comes from three central figures – Max Roach, Kenny Clarke, and Art Blakey. A mixture of wit and earnestness, of insight and leftfield references, hers is And of course I gotta have the bass and drum. Erykah Badu has mastered the modern art of giving interview. His expansive musicianship, riveting performances, and inventive compositions expanded the bebop idiom and pushed jazz musicians of all stripes to higher standards of performance. Modern Jazz Quartet vibes-player Milt Jackson often complained about having to play the band's distinctive jazz counterpoint, according to their bassist, Percy Heath. Do you think working with the philharmonic moves you closer to or further away from hip-hop? In this 5-CD mid-period box set, the chord sequences and cadences are often Bach-like, but the improvising is pure bebop: Lewis and Jackson met in Dizzy Gillespie's big band, drummer Connie Kay worked with Miles and Lester Young, and Heath with Charlie Parker. Of course I have to have some African percussion, because it's what moves me. Chucho Valdés moved almost seamlessly from African-Cuban rhythms and chants in Yoruba or Spanish to a hip, modern jazz style.

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