The Rythm Bible By Dan Fox Book and MP3
Soft / Music Magazines 11-09-2017
The Rythm Bible By Dan Fox Book and MP3

Whether you're a student or professional, a jazz player, rocker, or salsa enthusiast, performing today's music can be challenging. Developed by the author during a lifetime spent as an arranger and performer, this unique, well-planned book, trains musicians to understand and perform the most complex rhythms at sight.

It contains well over 1,000 examples of rhythmic figures common in jazz, rock, Latin, blues, funk and other styles. The CD demonstrates rhythms from throughout the book performed in a variety of feels.


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