BRUSHWORKS CLAYTON CAMERON PDF
Brushworks: the new language for playing brushes. Front Cover · Clayton Cameron. Carl Fischer, L.L.C., – Snare drum – pages. In this extraordinary double DVD set, Clayton Cameron brings to life the methods and concepts presented in his award winning book/CD Brushworks. The DVD. Find great deals for Clayton Cameron Brushworks DVD Region 2 P H. Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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After working with his book, you can understand his feeling for this style. The book introduced me to new techniques, and reinforced old ones. He really pulls apart the Legato sweep and works it several ways.
I have enjoyed this book.
The illustrations are good and the cover painting is tremendous note the painter’s name. A CD backs it all up. If I were Amazon I would sell his signature brushes on the same page as the book because I think they are great also. I’m rather annoyed to find an advertisement for the author’s own brush interpolated into the text. The book’s subtitle is ridiculous. The list of “brush rudiments” is very silly.
Otherwise this is a fair overview of brush technique, except that the explanation of the “flex roll” is garbled. I’m not going to adopt Cameron’s stirring soup which he calls “sweeping” notation. It works well enough in the context of a brush instruction book, but I rather doubt it “will become the standard used by One hand gets a regular note in the snare drum space and the other a regular above the staff in the cymbal space.
It seems to me that if you’re going to use horizontal lines here, you’d might as well use them everywhere, for consistency. Horizontal lines are not necessary anywhere, however. Legato can and should be shown in the traditional way. Cameron’s main example has four quarter notes, which are supposed to be four separate notes, not the equivalent of one whole note, with ties between them. Instead, he ought to have written a single curved line above all four. Staccato should also be shown in the traditional way, with dots, and so on.
If both hands are playing on the same snare drum, both hands should be written in the same space, one with stems going up, the other with stems going down. If the bass drum or the hi-hat foot is playing as well, then the stems-going-down snare hand will be joined to the bass hi-hat pattern.
The real problem for stirring soup notation is that, except for the roll, which has its own notation, drum notation shows accurately where a note attacks but does not show where it releases; a note ends whenever it happens to end unless you choke the cymbal or somethingregardless of the notation.
Since stirring involves sustained notes directly controlled by the drummer, using the same notation for it is inconsistent and potentially confusing. Stirring notation needs to use a different kind of note head–or something.
I do not own this book. It’s organized VERY well and really pushes the art ahead. Nothing out there lays it out as well as this. For those that feel the book is lacking, it’s probably because learning brushes is MUCH easier seeing it on your TV rather than trying to decipher diagrams.
Just for the record, the brush sweep should be notated thus: Draw a horizontal line replacing the note head in the E what would be E if this were bass clef, that is snare space with a slur to show that brush is not lifted.
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