By George Lawrence Stone
Accents and Rebounds provides accessory workouts and extra complicated rhythms to the fundamentals coated in Stick keep watch over, including finesse and keep watch over to the player's talents. This followup ebook to the vintage Stick regulate, by means of George Lawrence Stone, comprises sections on accented eighths, accented dotted notes, accented triplets, rebound keep an eye on, two-beat roll as opposed to the thrill, accents in innovative rolls utilizing correct and left leads, accents in five-stroke rolls, accents in seven-stroke rolls, and rolling in combined rhythm. while you're keen on Stick keep an eye on, Accents and Rebounds offers the precise subsequent steps in your perform regimen.
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