Contains over 7 hours of video plus 17 play-along songs to practice the examples.
The Art of Playing with Brushes – Presented by Adam Nussbaum and Steve Smith – brilliantly conceived and meticulously documented, The Art of Playing with Brushes is the most comprehensive, definitive and unprecedented volume on the topic ever produced.Living legends Billy Hart, Eddie Locke, Joe Morello, Charli Persip and Ben Riley along with modern brush masters Adam Nussbaum and Steve Smith demonstrate and discuss their distinctive drumming styles then all perform the same set of medium to up-tempo swing, ballads and Latin tunes to compare and contrast their unique approaches and interpretations. This deluxe addition to every drummer’s library offers a thorough and graphic exploration of the art from a variety of historical, technical and musical perspectives and includes:
PLEASE NOTE: Due to a mastering error, several PDF Files (“The Sounds of Brushes”,”How to use the play-along”, and “Tempos and Feels in the play-along”) were not included on the first edition pressing of The Art of Playing with Brushes DVD. We have therefore offered these three files, plus “Featured Artsists Listening Guide”, “A Brush Lesson with Adam Nussbaum” and “Bios of the Featured Artists” here, on hudsonmusic.com. Click here to download this pdf booklet.
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