Soon to be a major motion picture, from the producers of the James Bond film series, starring Jude Law and Blake Lively.A novel of how a woman, pushed over the edge by the violent deaths of her family, survives only by taking other identities.Stephanie Patrick’s world was destroyed by the Atlantic aircrash. Falling into a downward spiral of prostitution, drugs and drink, she is picked up by a journalist who has discovered that it was a bomb that caused the crash. And it is his murder that pulls her out of herself.The Rhythm Section is not a thriller about the hunt for a terrorist, although that is the path Stephanie takes, and it’s not a story about revenge, although justice for her family is her initial motivation. Rather, The Rhythm Section is the story of Stephanie’s attempt to reclaim herself. She has to rediscover who she is through a series of roles that she is forced to play; she is never herself. As a prostitute, she is Lisa, the chemical blonde. Later, she is Petra Reuter, German anarchist turned mercenary terrorist. Sometimes, she is Marina Gaudenzi, a Swiss businesswoman, or she’s Susan Branch, an American student, or Elizabeth Shepherd, an English management consultant.But whoever she is, she’s never herself because her life depends on her being someone else. This is the way she is trained by the intelligence service that recruits her, but it’s also the way she’s taught herself to be; being someone else has always worked for her and so it does now, until she begins to fall in love for the first time with Frank White. This undermines her completely and poses new questions: which of the many people she has become is the one to have fallen in love? Stephanie? Petra? Or one of the others? With whom has Frank fallen in love? Marina? Or the real Stephanie? More than anything, The Rhythm Section is about a catastrophic crisis of identity.
Rhythm Section Workshop for Jazz Directors: Rhythm Section Training for Instrumental Jazz Ensembles * Small Group Combos * Vocal Jazz Ensembles (Teacher's Training Kit), Book, DVD & CD
Endorsed by John Patitucci, Kenny Barron and others, this book covers the eight most important styles of Brazilian music and shows exactly what each instrument is supposed to play. The CDs give drummers, bassists, guitarists and piano players a chance to play-along and learn from a master Brazilian rhythm section, including Nelson, Cliff, Cafe, Paulo Braga and David Finck.
They are chameleons. Beyond the law, beyond morality, they’ve survived by adapting, whatever the circumstances. And by trusting nobody but themselves.IT’S A QUESTION OF IDENTITY.Stephanie Patrick, a woman who was more comfortable under an alias than she was with hersef, she traversed the world and forgot who she was. Now, she wants to put all her pasts behind her.Konstantin Komarov. The FBI call him the Don from the Don. Today, at the heart of a financial empire created by the Russian crime pandemic, he’s as comfortable in Manhattan as he is in Moscow or Magadan.Between them exists Koba, an old alias for a new threat.In a world where trust is weakness, honesty is naivety, brutality is routine, could falling in love be the greatest risk?
Rhythm Section Workshop for Jazz Directors: Rhythm Section Training for Instrumental Jazz Ensembles * Small Group Combos * Vocal Jazz Ensembles (Piano), Book & CD
In this unique rhythm section workbook, 23 James Brown classics have been transcribed, broken down into individual lessons, and meticulously recreated on two one-hour CDs. Featuring legendary grooves from the guitarists, bassists, and drummers who ignited the Godfather of Soul for over three decades (including Jabo Starks, Bernard Odum, Clyde Stubblefield, Bootsy Collins, Jimmy Nolen, Country Kellum, and more), this book will enlighten and challenge your soul.
The Essence of Afro-Cuban Percussion & Drum Set: Includes the Rhythm Section Parts for Bass, Piano, Guitar, Horns & Strings, Book & Online Audio
An in-depth study (324 pages) of all the percussion instruments, rhythms and song styles of Afro-Cuban music, along with their applications to the drumset. Detailed technical studies of each instrument are presented along with notations of many rhythm styles. The entire rhythm section (parts for bass, piano, horn section, string section, tres, and guitar) is also studied in detail. The book comes with online audio that includes performances of each percussion instrument, drumset, all rhythm section instruments, as well as examples of all musical styles with full instrumentation in score form.
Brazilian Rhythm Section Training: Book & CD (Advance Music)
If you play the drums, percussion, bass, guitar, or keyboard, and are interested in Brazilian rhythms, this book is for you! You will learn how to translate the main percussion rhythms which are typical for Brazilian music styles, into your instrument. You will also learn how to interact with fellow musicians, avoiding unnecessary repetition and adding transparency to the rhythm section. The book contains brief explanations of jargons, history, and styles, and also provides useful information on what to hear, what to read, and how to find sheet music, among other useful tips.
Miles Davis / 1973: "My Ego Only Needs A Good Rhythm Section"
In March of 1973, young music journalist Stephen Davis was given the assignment of a lifetime: a rare interview with the legendary, reclusive, Miles Davis. What transpired was both a clash of worlds and a union of musical minds. Compiled here is the fruit of that interview, alongside Stephen Davis' own personal exploration of Miles Davis' musical genius and the snowball effect it had on the world of jazz.Miles, recently arrested, physically worn down, and bitter over his fading influence in the musical world he arguably created and undeniably legitimized, does not back down from Stephen's straightforward questions. He candidly discusses his influences, his rivals, the current state of music, his family, drugs, and his own self image. When asked why he doesn't listen to his older music, Miles responds, "My ego only needs a good rhythm section." Told through the eyes of a young man coming face to face with an idol, Miles Davis/1973 is a haunting piece of musical history.
Easy Jazz Duets for Two Trombones and Rhythm Section
(Music Minus One). Performed by Charlie Small, trombone Accompaniment: The Benny Goodman Rhythm Section: George Duvivier, bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums A delightful group of easy to medium duets featuring you and all-star instrumentalists Charlie Small, Trombone, and the Benny Goodman rhythm section team of George Duvivier, bass, and Bobby Donaldson, Drums. Designed for the first, second, third and fourth year player, these duets will also delight the professional. They're just good music in many styles. You hear both parts played in stereo, then each duet is repeated, first with the first part omitted and then with the 2nd part omitted. Jazz (time and feel) is learned in a natural setting. Contains a high-quality printed music score, and compact disc with 3 versions: complete, minus second part, minus first part.
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