Independence Volume One by Bruce Arnold for Muse Eek Publishing Company

Rhythm independence

Rhythm independence Volume One

Develop Your Two Limb Rhythm independence

Rhythm independence is a 51 page book is designed for pianists, stick and touchstyle (tapping) guitarists, percussionists and anyone who wishes to develop the rhythmic independence of their hands and feet. This volume concentrates on quarter, eighth, and sixteenth note rhythms and is a thesaurus of rhythmic patterns. The exercises in this book gradually incorporate more and more complex patterns making it an excellent tool for both the beginning and the advanced student. All examples use one pitch, allowing the student to focus completely on time and rhythm on the instrument of their choice. All exercises can be downloaded from the internet to facilitate correct practice, enhance clarity and aid internalization.

Progressive Exercises for Rhythmic Independence

The exercises in this book gradually incorporate more and more complex rhythmic patterns making it an excellent tool for both the beginning and the advanced student to develop their Rhythm independence.

  • Both Hands
  • Right Hand, Right Foot
  • Right Hand, Left Foot
  • Left Hand, Left Foot
  • Left Hand, Right Foot
  • Both Feet

Example for Beginning Student

Midifiles included with book

Independence Advanced Example

Independence Beginning Example

Example for Advanced Student

Midifiles included with book

Independence Beginning Example

Independence Advanced Example

Pure Rhythm

This volume concentrates on quarter, eighth and sixteenth note rhythms and is a thesaurus of rhythmic patterns. All examples use one pitch, allowing the student to focus completely on time and rhythm.

Get started with Independence today and start expressing those rhythms that beat in your heart!

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