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Cubism - Drums

Cubism - Afro/Jazz

The relaxed groove here continues throughout with a laid back feel coupled with elements of energy and tension. For the guitar the groove develops, while maintaining the original feel and playing a supporting role to the lead instruments. With plenty of spaces for self expression the D section allows the performer to open up with potential for rhythmic interplay with the drums.

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C’s a Crowd - Drums

C’s a Crowd - Folk with a Twist

This is ostensibly a tune from the folk genre while employing some modern day rhythmic elements. For the drums the ghosting here, along with the open hi-hats are key elements to the groove, while for the bass, chords mixed with a linear line provide the performer with the opportunity to demonstrate a variety of textures, as well as a sense of independence to the bass line. A sense of freedom with beat one, combined with attention to the counterpoint in the strings, allows scope for rhythmic interpretation.

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Douper Souper - Drums

Douper Souper - Township/Funk

This is an Afro-Pop dance tune, which generally focuses on groove consistency and groove development. The guitar part includes some technical aspects, which add interest and tension while remaining fluid, and flexibility with the rhythmic phrase and time -flow present opportunities for individualistic creativity.

Each title comes complete with notated score and digitally mastered audio track, along with a version with and without  your chosen instrument. 

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Marli’s March

Marli’s March - New Orleans/fusion

This is a New Orleans March style piece, which develops, encompassing Latin/fusion elements. A sense of fluidity is the goal here in order to provide the necessary sense of momentum and development.

Each title comes complete with notated score and digitally mastered audio track, along with a version with and without  your chosen instrument. 

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Move the Groove - Drums

Move the Groove - Latino Funk/Fusion

Starting with its latinesque intro this groove is relaxed and yet develops to have a more edgy feel using rhythmic displacement. The C-section for the guitar requires a strong sense of individual time-flow while there are sections through out which provide the opportunity for the performer to express a sense of Individuality, within a given structure. The juxtaposition and displacement of the drums throughout which increases in sections C+D creates a platform for exciting rhythmic interplay.

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