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Demisemiquaver notes – 1010 – E

12 November, 2017 763 23 No Comments

Description

This exercise has 16 parts: work with both hands (R-L or L-R), one stroke by each, and the HiHat always on quarter notes. Line 1 – Thirty-second notes Line 2 – Quarter notes Line 3 – Thirty-second notes Line 4 – Quarter note triplets Line 5 – Thirty-second notes Line 6 – Eighth notes Line 7 – Thirty-second notes Line 8 – Eighth note triplets Line 9 – Thirty-second notes Line 10 – Sixteenth notes Line 11 – Thirty-second notes Line 12 – Quintuplets Line 13 – Thirty-second notes Line 14 – Sextuplets Line 15 – Thirty-second notes Line 16 – Septuplets

 

Commentary:

Thirty-second notes are perhaps the most complex figure, owing to the number of strokes per bar. In one bar of four-four there are thirty-two, and eight to a quarter note. This type of exercise will help to master fluently breaks with strokes alternating hands and to play at high speeds. It requires work, and listening to each stroke to assimilate its sound thoroughly.

 
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