Although it looks very simple because it contains only rhythmic reading exercises, the Complementary Books will help you to improve your rhythmic sense and clarify many “missing points” in your musical knowledge. It is very important to understand that we can only play what we sing, so if you have a poor rhythmic sense or a weak knowledge of rhythm, no matter how much you practice scales, chords and licks, you won’t be able to reach your goals to improvise.
In the Complementary Book 1 you will start learning how to incorporate the basic rhythmic cells by singing, thus making all these ideas part of you. Although this is basic information, this is the pillar for all the complex subjects we will cover in the Complementary Book 2.
The exercises in this book are organized in a very easy way to learn and improve your music reading. This is about music concept, which means that you don’t need your instrument to practice the proposed exercises we show. The table of contents of this book will give you an idea of what type of subjects we will be covering.
In the Complementary Book 1 we have explored over 220 pages of exercises that can change your playing forever, but you don’t have to study all of them at once. Choose some exercises from each chapter and make them your daily practice routine.
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