In this dose we look at part of the 3rd part of Major Nickerson's Fancy. It's a tricky bit of grace noting and requires good rhythm.
Let's simply work on the process of identifying the sweet spot on the manometer today. Can you do it properly?
Grab your pipes and let's work on the Big Ups & Downs Exercise, with a special focus on steadiness.
In this Daily Dose we look at Major Nickerson's Fancy, a 6/8 Jig that uses many arpeggios. What a great way to make sure we aren't playing crossing noises!
In this dose we look at some top hand strikes a listen for accuracy and size of the strikes.
Can you play a perfect E gracenote? Lets find out with today's exercise!
Today let's look at the idea of what an "infinitely small" gracenote might sound like, by starting small, and then opening them up. Then, we'll close them down again. Check it out!
It's time to bring out the pipes! Let's see if you can maintain tone while pushing almost all of the air out of your bag.
Also known as "Three Over Four", this poly-rhythmic exercise is sure to get you grooving!