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La arquitectura del ritmo

La arquitectura del ritmo-La aquitectura del ritmo-Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level-Scores Intermediate

Inside Pages




Ramiro Rosa


Music Schools and Conservatoires Intermediate Level
Scores Intermediate


La aquitectura del ritmo Nr. 1


Spanish, Catalan, English


Book with DVD

21.06 € VAT not included

21.90 € VAT included


The aim of this book is to provide conceptual tools and a work method to help self-taught students develop their creativity when playing drum rhythms and fills. Before starting their lessons, most students have only played by intuition, being able to develop their technique or master certain styles only up to a certain point. In most cases, students tend to get stuck at a certain level and get the feeling of “always playing the same.” Except for children, playing an instrument by ear is much more difficult and it requires much more dedication.
If we compare learning to play the drums with learning a language, learning a language only by listening to it, imitating and repeating is much more difficult than doing so based on a method. Both are different types of languages with different rules and patterns. Therefore, adults find them much easier to acquire after learning easy, basic theoretical concepts. We need to reorganise our study of drum playing and to understand what we are playing and what we want to play.
This book provides information used by the great teachers of the instrument, and contains basic gamified concepts. It is meant for students with none or little knowledge of music reading. There is no reference to position, grips, etc. 
Using this method in particular, and learning to play the drums in general requires understanding that sound is a physical phenomenon resulting of vibration. Therefore, our grip must NEVER be tight, since that pressure would stop the vibration. Our drumsticks need be an extension of our arms and hands. All our fingers need to touch the drumstick to properly convey our sound and our weight.

Technical Specifications


Black and white


29,7 x 21 cm, horizontal



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