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Mastering the Tables of Time
Mastering the Tables of Time provides an inclusive framework combining studies in timekeeping, coordination, rudiments, polyrhythms and dynamic control into musical applications to benefit any player interested in developing a stronger foundation, greater confidence and freedom of expression in any musical direction.
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WINNER! #1 EDUCATIONAL BOOK
2009 Modern Drummer Readers Poll
“Dive in; you’ll find that these exercises will help build upon and improve your independence, creativity, timekeeping skills, and musical phrasing.”
“Fascinating, challenging possibilities through sticking, time and rhythm concepts. Easily understandable. You can feel yourself improving. A future classic!”
Journal of the Percussive Arts Society
“This book should become one of the perennial methods for drumset along with other books like Ted Reed’s Syncopation, Jim Chapin’s Advanced Techniques for the Modern Drummer, and Gary Chester’s The New Breed.”
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David played his first professional gig at age 12, launching an eclectic career performing with artists in jazz, rock, R&B, Broadway, motion pictures and television. He’s written for MODERN DRUMMER, contributed to Jim Berkenstadt’s book, The Beatle Who Vanished, co-authored The 2 in 1 Drummer, and wrote Mastering the Tables of Time––voted “#1 Edu Book,” MODERN DRUMMER 2009 Readers Poll.
David studied with many of drumming’s greatest masters and now serves on the PAS Drumset Committee, the MODERN DRUMMER, Remo, and Vic Firth Educational Teams.