Jacky Bourbasquet, Claude Gastaldin, Joe Hammer (*1954)

Studio Session 1

25 progressive pieces for drums from beginner to the end of the first cycle

para: Batería

Libro didáctico (con partituras), CD de playback

Nº de artículo132740
Autor/CompositorJacky Bourbasquet, Claude Gastaldin, Joe Hammer
DificultadMuy fácilMedio
Idiomasalemán, inglés, francés, castellano
Año de lanzamiento2014
Editorial/fabricanteAlphonse Leduc Éditions Musicales
N.º del fabricanteAL29139
ISBN9790046291395
ISMN9790046291395
36,00 €
Plazo de envío: 2–3 días laborables (Alemania )
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Descripción

With few study books for Drums is existence, the first volume of Studio Session contributes to a series of prolific studies for the instrument, filling a vital gap. Accompanied by a CD, this progressive book effectively focuses on all musical studies, accessible to any musician. Compiled by Jacky Bourbasquet, Claude Gastaldin, Jo Hammer and Lo c Pontieux , four prominent drummers of our day, and with music specially composed by pianist Philippe Khoury , the book contains 30 pages of music in various styles which will enable the pupil to progress in their instrumental study. The first volume of Studio Session seeks to put emphasis on collective, group performance, preparing thestudent for their future, inevitable participation with other musicians. Studio Session is an indispensable complement to the teaching of the instrument.

With few study books for Drums is existence, the first volume of Studio Session contributes to a series of prolific studies for the instrument, filling a vital gap.

Accompanied by a CD, this progressive book effectively focuses on all musical studies, accessible to any musician. Compiled by Jacky Bourbasquet, Claude Gastaldin, Jo Hammer and Loïc Pontieux, four prominent drummers of our day, and with music specially composed by pianist Philippe Khoury, the book contains 30 pages of music in various styles which will enable the pupil to progress in their instrumental study. The first volume of StudioSession seeks to put emphasis on collective, group performance, preparing the student for their future, inevitable participation with other musicians. Studio Session is an indispensable complement to the teaching of the instrument.