29 Rhythmic Exercises
Yves Callier, Professor at the Marseille National Conservatoire, provides an essential rhythm guide to all musicians. Suitable for spoken, sung or played exercises, 29 Rhythmic Exercises is a useful rhythmic study series for all music students.
Callier''s volume, 29 Rhythmic Exercises, begins with a helpful glossary of unusual rhythmic devices. This is followed by 29 exercises suitable to third year music students, addressing rhythmic aspects including, triplets and sextuplets, dotted and double dotted notes, semiquavers and demisemiquavers, altering time signatures, varying tempos, irregular phrases, as well as many other complex rhythms. Callier''s 29 Rhythmic Exercises is imperative to final year music students aspiring to perfect their rhythm technique to a high standard.