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I want you to want me

This was done back in the days. We loved playing that song. Although, here, my children are a little intimidated by the cameras, as you can probably tell.
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The mission 3

But Music is not a mission, and Music is not an absolute. Music must be tailored to the dimensions of the person playing it. Only then will we have the chance to hear what is inside his heart, which is the only truly interesting part of Music. Music must be practiced and played
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The mission 2

That is where we use one lesson to talk. We need to sort a few things out. In particular this all so important question: what is Music? Bob sits down and is willing to talk. He explains to me all the techniques he is not getting, what he should be understanding faster, what he
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The mission

It is hard to understand what music is about. As someone’s who’s been teaching this art for almost 3 decades, I must say that sometimes the work gets delicate and complicated. I have a student, let’s call him Bob, who has done everything he was supposed to do. He has picked up
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The nine years old in us

If you look at the kit on the picture, and I hope it appears on your device, it is obvious that this is a magnificent drum kit. Yes, it is! And it is so for all of us, drummers of all ages and background. Why? Because it is not big, but monumental. It is the drum kit that will
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Wipe out

As drummers, we all know how the song “Wipe out” goes. You get the guitar riff (You accompany that with a rock beat), then the drummer does that accent pattern, and then you go back to the “normal” rock beat when the guitars come back. Riff, Drums, riff,
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That old cymbal

I know I am blogging like crazy, but I have a passion for the subject of music and it’s hard for me to not talk about it. So, for the ones following me, thank you! Now! Let’s get to the subject indicated on the title: Old cymbal. No one has yet to sing about old
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Who’s got the best music?

If you ever go to a festival, you will notice that the big act are usually in the evening. That’s when people are available. They get out of work, they go home, change, assemble with a few friends, and they’re ready to party. To a festival they go. The early act are
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Tired

It is the beginning of January. We have to fasten our seat belts and be ready for another year. Yet, because since Thanksgiving we are going at it like madman and eating all sorts of things that is not good for us, we arrive in this new Year exhausted. Our mind is also drained
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