Rhythm is probably one of the most important things in music.
We often like a song because of the melody, but what really triggers us is the rhythmical flow.
It does not have to be difficult or advanced, just good.
We do not listen to the pitch of the note you play, we do not listen to what notes and how fast you play the notes. A good rhythm and well placed notes is what most people listen to as the first thing when they listen to music.
This is why rhythm is the most important thing!
In this video
We look at where we can place notes in a bar
We will work through quarter note rhythms
and 8th note rhythms
Look into the off beat
How to practice and get better rhythm feel
Full blues form solo example with focus on rhythm, played, analyzed and explained
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00:00 This is important – Get better rhythm now!
00:48 Blues in G with focus on rhythm
01:06 In this video
01:37 Placing a note in the bar
04:39 Quarter note rhythms
06:19 8th note rhythms
07:28 The off beat
08:18 How to practice rhythm and get a stronger rhythm feel
10:04 Practice tools
10:39 Full blues form solo example with focus on rhythm, played, analyzed and explained
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“Train your rhythm feel – exercises exploring quarter note and eight notes phrases”
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saxophone: Selmer MKVI 82xxx
mouthpiece is an old Otto Link Babbit – refaced from opening 6 to opening 8/8,5
Reeds are either rico jazz select 4 medium or Robertos Wind NY own brand 4 medium