Accents and Rebounds: For the Snare Drummer by George Lawrence Stone

By George Lawrence Stone

George Lawrence Stone's Accents and Rebounds, the follow-up to the vintage Stick Control, builds at the fundamentals with accessory exercises and extra complicated rhythms to enhance the player's finesse and keep an eye on. This booklet comprises sections on accented eighths, dotted notes, and triplets, in addition to rebound keep watch over and extra. while you're keen on Stick Control, then this technique offers the fitting subsequent step in your perform regimen. This up-to-date variation provides Joe Morello's mythical arrow notation to assist scholars include the motions of the Moeller procedure.

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Chapter 1 is all about knowing what to do when you warm up. Chapter 2 helps you explore breathing so you can develop the physical coordination you need to manage any phrase in your song. It lists all the places that move when you breathe and explains how to control all those shifting muscles. The rest of the part is about vowels and consonants. Chapter 3 guides you on shaping vowels, and Chapter 4 helps you practice the proper articulation for consonants. Part II: Making Your Music Magical with Variety Musical variety is what makes a song memorable.

Remember whatever physical sensation you feel after you stretch so that you can create that same opening every time you start your warm-up. After you get your body warm, you want to maintain the feeling of flexible movement throughout your practice session. Don’t feel like you have to follow every part of this chapter word for word during your warm-up. You know your body better than anyone, so use the information I present here as a guide for structuring the warm-up that best suits you. For example, you can use your yoga routine or your cardio workout at the gym to get your body warm and your blood pumping.

If you want to gesture or point for emphasis as you sing, feel free to do so. Just don’t tighten your hands in the process. What not to do: Don’t tighten your hands at any time as you sing. 11. On the inhale, release from the toes all the way up to the skull. Notice that you can open the body and keep it free from tension by keeping it in motion (which you do simply by breathing in and out while singing) so that no muscle group has a chance to tighten or hold. Chapter 2 Practicing Breathing Exercises In This Chapter Discovering which muscles move the most when you breathe Controlling your inhales and your exhales Singing long and short phrases with some practice patterns In this chapter, I introduce you to the muscles that need to move as you breathe while singing.

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