Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6

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Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 is a continuation of Lesson 5 and the end of Unit 1. In this lesson you will learn how to play Flams. Flams are drum rudiments that are often used in marching drumline music. You will also learn how to play a duet which is a piece of music for two players and finally you will learn two advanced exercises that will develop your hand technique for rolls and flams.

Specifically students will learn to play Flams on a drum. Have you ever watched a military squad march? You may have heard a member of the group saying "Left, Left, Left Right Left". With the presence of a drummer, the voice will be replaced by a drummer playing what is called taps and many drummers play flams as taps.

A duet is music for two players. This video will teach you to play your first duet. Playing duets requires skills that you will need to have when preparing to play in a band.

For advanced learning this lesson includes two new exercises that will develop your hand skills.

Overall this course is a continuation of Lessons 1-5 providing a long term system for learning to play the drums. You can expect to spend 7-10 days working on this course in order to learn the material at the mastery level.

This course can serve in many ways:

-as a supplement to school band lessons.

-as a supplement to private drum lessons.

-as a private drum instruction system.

-as a collegiate music program secondary instrument learning tool.

-as an introductory drum course for the aspiring late learner (adult).

-as a tool for teaching note reading to the developed drummer who plays by ear.

Do you think playing the drums might be fun? Playing the drums is lots of fun. Sign up for the Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson Series to begin learning how to play the drums.

Who this course is for:

  • Ages 10 and up
  • Parental Guidance Recommended for 10-14
  • Adult Learners
  • Students wishing to learn drums as a secondary instrument

Course content

5 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 15m total length

Instructor

Professional Educator and Drummer
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 41 Reviews
  • 258 Students
  • 5 Courses

Tom Nelson has been teaching drums and music for over 25 years. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music Education along with a letter of endorsement in Instructional Coaching. He has been teaching instrumental music in the public schools of Pennsylvania for the last 25 years and is an Adjunct Percussion Faculty member at Bucknell University. He maintains a private drum lesson studio and is sought after as a clinician and guest speaker. He is a member of the Vic Firth Private Instructor Team and the author of his own method book "Nelson's Great Big Drum Book" available on hamar publications.

In addition to his collegiate studies, Tom has studied drumming under the late world renown jazz drummer Joe Morello and also Dom Famularo.

As a performer Tom has performed on numerous independent recordings including several that have been featured on The Weather Channel. He works with The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra and several local groups ranging in styles from rock to jazz to country. He is also the drummer for the National/Regional Fleetwood Mac Tribute "Tusk" performing all over the USA.

In his free time Tom enjoys volunteer coaching soccer for local teams that his kids play on. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Flam Drum Rudiments Drum Roll Rudiments Play a Duet Playing music independently of other parts Requirements Computer Earphones/Buds Printer Music Stand Drum Sticks Drum or Practice Pad Description Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 is a continuation of Lesson 5 and the end of Unit 1. In this lesson you will learn how to play Flams. Flams are drum rudiments that are often used in marching drumline music. You will also learn how to play a duet which is a piece of music for two players and finally you will learn two advanced exercises that will develop your hand technique for rolls and flams. Specifically students will learn to play Flams on a drum. Have you ever watched a military squad march? You may have heard a member of the group saying "Left, Left, Left Right Left". With the presence of a drummer, the voice will be replaced by a drummer playing what is called taps and many drummers play flams as taps. A duet is music for two players. This video will teach you to play your first duet. Playing duets requires skills that you will need to have when preparing to play in a band. For advanced learning this lesson includes two new exercises that will develop your hand skills. Overall this course is a continuation of Lessons 1-5 providing a long term system for learning to play the drums. You can expect to spend 7-10 days working on this course in order to learn the material at the mastery level. This course can serve in many ways: -as a supplement to school band lessons. -as a supplement to private drum lessons. -as a private drum instruction system. -as a collegiate music program secondary instrument learning tool. -as an introductory drum course for the aspiring late learner (adult). -as a tool for teaching note reading to the developed drummer who plays by ear. Do you think playing the drums might be fun? Playing the drums is lots of fun. Sign up for the Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson Series to begin learning how to play the drums. Who this course is for: Ages 10 and up Parental Guidance Recommended for 10-14 Adult Learners Students wishing to learn drums as a secondary instrument Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 15m total length Expand all sections Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 2 lectures • 9min Flams and Duets Preview 01:23 What you will learn in this lesson. Preview 07:50 Exercise 6 1 lecture • 12min Learning Exercise 6 Preview 12:06 Duet 1 6 lectures • 22min Learning to Read the Top Part 05:50 Playing the Top Part 02:24 Reading the Bottom Part 04:00 Playing the Bottom Part 02:33 Help? 04:07 Duet Assignment 03:27 Advanced Exercises 2 lectures • 25min Exercise 5B 12:08 Exercise 6B 12:54 Conclusion 2 lectures • 7min Conclusion and Assignment 03:16 Unit 1 Review 03:16 Unit 1 Review 10 questions Instructor Thomas Nelson Professional Educator and Drummer 4.5 Instructor Rating 41 Reviews 258 Students 5 Courses Tom Nelson has been teaching drums and music for over 25 years. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music Education along with a letter of endorsement in Instructional Coaching. He has been teaching instrumental music in the public schools of Pennsylvania for the last 25 years and is an Adjunct Percussion Faculty member at Bucknell University. He maintains a private drum lesson studio and is sought after as a clinician and guest speaker. He is a member of the Vic Firth Private Instructor Team and the author of his own method book "Nelson's Great Big Drum Book" available on hamar publications. In addition to his collegiate studies, Tom has studied drumming under the late world renown jazz drummer Joe Morello and also Dom Famularo. As a performer Tom has performed on numerous independent recordings including several that have been featured on The Weather Channel. He works with The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra and several local groups ranging in styles from rock to jazz to country. He is also the drummer for the National/Regional Fleetwood Mac Tribute "Tusk" performing all over the USA. In his free time Tom enjoys volunteer coaching soccer for local teams that his kids play on. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family. 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  2. Drum Roll Rudiments Play a Duet Playing music independently of other parts Requirements Computer Earphones/Buds Printer Music Stand Drum Sticks Drum or Practice Pad Description Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 is a continuation of Lesson 5 and the end of Unit 1. In this lesson you will learn how to play Flams. Flams are drum rudiments that are often used in marching drumline music. You will also learn how to play a duet which is a piece of music for two players and finally you will learn two advanced exercises that will develop your hand technique for rolls and flams. Specifically students will learn to play Flams on a drum. Have you ever watched a military squad march? You may have heard a member of the group saying "Left, Left, Left Right Left". With the presence of a drummer, the voice will be replaced by a drummer playing what is called taps and many drummers play flams as taps. A duet is music for two players. This video will teach you to play your first duet. Playing duets requires skills that you will need to have when preparing to play in a band. For advanced learning this lesson includes two new exercises that will develop your hand skills. Overall this course is a continuation of Lessons 1-5 providing a long term system for learning to play the drums. You can expect to spend 7-10 days working on this course in order to learn the material at the mastery level. This course can serve in many ways: -as a supplement to school band lessons. -as a supplement to private drum lessons. -as a private drum instruction system. -as a collegiate music program secondary instrument learning tool. -as an introductory drum course for the aspiring late learner (adult). -as a tool for teaching note reading to the developed drummer who plays by ear. Do you think playing the drums might be fun? Playing the drums is lots of fun. Sign up for the Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson Series to begin learning how to play the drums. Who this course is for: Ages 10 and up Parental Guidance Recommended for 10-14 Adult Learners Students wishing to learn drums as a secondary instrument Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 15m total length Expand all sections Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 2 lectures • 9min Flams and Duets Preview 01:23 What you will learn in this lesson. Preview 07:50 Exercise 6 1 lecture • 12min Learning Exercise 6 Preview 12:06 Duet 1 6 lectures • 22min Learning to Read the Top Part 05:50 Playing the Top Part 02:24 Reading the Bottom Part 04:00 Playing the Bottom Part 02:33 Help? 04:07 Duet Assignment 03:27 Advanced Exercises 2 lectures • 25min Exercise 5B 12:08 Exercise 6B 12:54 Conclusion 2 lectures • 7min Conclusion and Assignment 03:16 Unit 1 Review 03:16 Unit 1 Review 10 questions Instructor Thomas Nelson Professional Educator and Drummer 4.5 Instructor Rating 41 Reviews 258 Students 5 Courses Tom Nelson has been teaching drums and music for over 25 years. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music Education along with a letter of endorsement in Instructional Coaching. He has been teaching instrumental music in the public schools of Pennsylvania for the last 25 years and is an Adjunct Percussion Faculty member at Bucknell University. He maintains a private drum lesson studio and is sought after as a clinician and guest speaker. He is a member of the Vic Firth Private Instructor Team and the author of his own method book "Nelson's Great Big Drum Book" available on hamar publications. In addition to his collegiate studies, Tom has studied drumming under the late world renown jazz drummer Joe Morello and also Dom Famularo. As a performer Tom has performed on numerous independent recordings including several that have been featured on The Weather Channel. He works with The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra and several local groups ranging in styles from rock to jazz to country. He is also the drummer for the National/Regional Fleetwood Mac Tribute "Tusk" performing all over the USA. In his free time Tom enjoys volunteer coaching soccer for local teams that his kids play on. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  3. Play a Duet Playing music independently of other parts Requirements Computer Earphones/Buds Printer Music Stand Drum Sticks Drum or Practice Pad Description Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 is a continuation of Lesson 5 and the end of Unit 1. In this lesson you will learn how to play Flams. Flams are drum rudiments that are often used in marching drumline music. You will also learn how to play a duet which is a piece of music for two players and finally you will learn two advanced exercises that will develop your hand technique for rolls and flams. Specifically students will learn to play Flams on a drum. Have you ever watched a military squad march? You may have heard a member of the group saying "Left, Left, Left Right Left". With the presence of a drummer, the voice will be replaced by a drummer playing what is called taps and many drummers play flams as taps. A duet is music for two players. This video will teach you to play your first duet. Playing duets requires skills that you will need to have when preparing to play in a band. For advanced learning this lesson includes two new exercises that will develop your hand skills. Overall this course is a continuation of Lessons 1-5 providing a long term system for learning to play the drums. You can expect to spend 7-10 days working on this course in order to learn the material at the mastery level. This course can serve in many ways: -as a supplement to school band lessons. -as a supplement to private drum lessons. -as a private drum instruction system. -as a collegiate music program secondary instrument learning tool. -as an introductory drum course for the aspiring late learner (adult). -as a tool for teaching note reading to the developed drummer who plays by ear. Do you think playing the drums might be fun? Playing the drums is lots of fun. Sign up for the Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson Series to begin learning how to play the drums. Who this course is for: Ages 10 and up Parental Guidance Recommended for 10-14 Adult Learners Students wishing to learn drums as a secondary instrument Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 15m total length Expand all sections Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 2 lectures • 9min Flams and Duets Preview 01:23 What you will learn in this lesson. Preview 07:50 Exercise 6 1 lecture • 12min Learning Exercise 6 Preview 12:06 Duet 1 6 lectures • 22min Learning to Read the Top Part 05:50 Playing the Top Part 02:24 Reading the Bottom Part 04:00 Playing the Bottom Part 02:33 Help? 04:07 Duet Assignment 03:27 Advanced Exercises 2 lectures • 25min Exercise 5B 12:08 Exercise 6B 12:54 Conclusion 2 lectures • 7min Conclusion and Assignment 03:16 Unit 1 Review 03:16 Unit 1 Review 10 questions Instructor Thomas Nelson Professional Educator and Drummer 4.5 Instructor Rating 41 Reviews 258 Students 5 Courses Tom Nelson has been teaching drums and music for over 25 years. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music Education along with a letter of endorsement in Instructional Coaching. He has been teaching instrumental music in the public schools of Pennsylvania for the last 25 years and is an Adjunct Percussion Faculty member at Bucknell University. He maintains a private drum lesson studio and is sought after as a clinician and guest speaker. He is a member of the Vic Firth Private Instructor Team and the author of his own method book "Nelson's Great Big Drum Book" available on hamar publications. In addition to his collegiate studies, Tom has studied drumming under the late world renown jazz drummer Joe Morello and also Dom Famularo. As a performer Tom has performed on numerous independent recordings including several that have been featured on The Weather Channel. He works with The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra and several local groups ranging in styles from rock to jazz to country. He is also the drummer for the National/Regional Fleetwood Mac Tribute "Tusk" performing all over the USA. In his free time Tom enjoys volunteer coaching soccer for local teams that his kids play on. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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  4. Playing music independently of other parts Requirements Computer Earphones/Buds Printer Music Stand Drum Sticks Drum or Practice Pad Description Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 is a continuation of Lesson 5 and the end of Unit 1. In this lesson you will learn how to play Flams. Flams are drum rudiments that are often used in marching drumline music. You will also learn how to play a duet which is a piece of music for two players and finally you will learn two advanced exercises that will develop your hand technique for rolls and flams. Specifically students will learn to play Flams on a drum. Have you ever watched a military squad march? You may have heard a member of the group saying "Left, Left, Left Right Left". With the presence of a drummer, the voice will be replaced by a drummer playing what is called taps and many drummers play flams as taps. A duet is music for two players. This video will teach you to play your first duet. Playing duets requires skills that you will need to have when preparing to play in a band. For advanced learning this lesson includes two new exercises that will develop your hand skills. Overall this course is a continuation of Lessons 1-5 providing a long term system for learning to play the drums. You can expect to spend 7-10 days working on this course in order to learn the material at the mastery level. This course can serve in many ways: -as a supplement to school band lessons. -as a supplement to private drum lessons. -as a private drum instruction system. -as a collegiate music program secondary instrument learning tool. -as an introductory drum course for the aspiring late learner (adult). -as a tool for teaching note reading to the developed drummer who plays by ear. Do you think playing the drums might be fun? Playing the drums is lots of fun. Sign up for the Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson Series to begin learning how to play the drums. Who this course is for: Ages 10 and up Parental Guidance Recommended for 10-14 Adult Learners Students wishing to learn drums as a secondary instrument Show more Show less Course content 5 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 15m total length Expand all sections Rhythm to Rock Drum Lesson 6 2 lectures • 9min Flams and Duets Preview 01:23 What you will learn in this lesson. Preview 07:50 Exercise 6 1 lecture • 12min Learning Exercise 6 Preview 12:06 Duet 1 6 lectures • 22min Learning to Read the Top Part 05:50 Playing the Top Part 02:24 Reading the Bottom Part 04:00 Playing the Bottom Part 02:33 Help? 04:07 Duet Assignment 03:27 Advanced Exercises 2 lectures • 25min Exercise 5B 12:08 Exercise 6B 12:54 Conclusion 2 lectures • 7min Conclusion and Assignment 03:16 Unit 1 Review 03:16 Unit 1 Review 10 questions Instructor Thomas Nelson Professional Educator and Drummer 4.5 Instructor Rating 41 Reviews 258 Students 5 Courses Tom Nelson has been teaching drums and music for over 25 years. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Music Education along with a letter of endorsement in Instructional Coaching. He has been teaching instrumental music in the public schools of Pennsylvania for the last 25 years and is an Adjunct Percussion Faculty member at Bucknell University. He maintains a private drum lesson studio and is sought after as a clinician and guest speaker. He is a member of the Vic Firth Private Instructor Team and the author of his own method book "Nelson's Great Big Drum Book" available on hamar publications. In addition to his collegiate studies, Tom has studied drumming under the late world renown jazz drummer Joe Morello and also Dom Famularo. As a performer Tom has performed on numerous independent recordings including several that have been featured on The Weather Channel. He works with The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra and several local groups ranging in styles from rock to jazz to country. He is also the drummer for the National/Regional Fleetwood Mac Tribute "Tusk" performing all over the USA. In his free time Tom enjoys volunteer coaching soccer for local teams that his kids play on. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? 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