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Coordinated independence refers to the ability to execute separate rhythms in each hand and foot in a coordinated manner, yet totally independent of one another. This book will teach you this essential part of jazz drumming. Section One covers snare drum independence, Section Two teaches bass drum independence, Section Three puts them both together, and Section Four features helpful combination exercises.
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