Adding quarter note feet ostinatos to the swiss army triplet as eighth note triplets.
In this lesson you will be adding crotchet feet patterns underneath the swis sarmy triplet. The hands will all be played as eighth note triplets so the feet will fall inline with every unison note.
The feet patterns in this lesson will be the same as those given in similar lessons for different rudiments. They are important to practice though as the co ordination and independence between limbs will be slightly different with each rudiment. Remember to use a metronome as much as possible and to work on the timing slowly before pushing the tempo to higher speeds.
Take your time with these exericises. The sticking is farm more complex than previous rudiments and it is very important your note placement is accurate.
- Using the 2 minute rule, get the exercises up to a tempo of 130bpm with good hand technique.
- Reverse the sticking in each exercise.
- Create your own feet patterns for the exercises.
- Play all 6 exercises as a continuous 6 bar pattern, then repeat.