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Odd Feelings
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Russo/Famularo
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc

Price: $16.99

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #40943

UPC code: 038081459295

This book will get you comfortable playing in odd time signatures. Using a simple, yet effective counting system, it will give you a method for breaking down odd meters in a way that works for you. Based on the concept introduced in Dom Famularo s best-selling book, It s Your Move, Odd Feelings presents grooves and exercises in 18 different time signatures. Divided into chapters on quarter-, eighth-, and sixteenth-note based meters, with an additional section about mixed-meter grooves, it also includes eight play-along tracks designed to get you grooving in these different time signatures. A multimedia disc is included which contains MP3s and Quick Time videos. The MP3s demonstrate selected examples and include the play-along tracks minus drums. The videos also highlight various examples from the book, and include demos of the play-along tracks.

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