Goltimuro You can also create an account for free. New Dslecluse EM1 3. So when I wrote my own snare drum etudes Snare SystemI was inspired by all I got from him during all these years, and I submitted my works to him before publication. Jacques Delecluse I recommend to my students that they play it every day. This is why this piece is very popular and requested in many exams and auditions.
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Faujinn Rhythmically this etude is rather intimidating. You must be logged in to add an item to your wishlist. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Rob maintains a steady, relaxed pulse throughout, striking a great balance between precision and style. Amazon Second Chance Pass deledluse on, trade it in, give it a second life.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. Something beginners should really take notice of. This etude uses lots of the same rhythms but repeated in different ways and displaced over different beats. English Choose a language for shopping.
What immediately jumps out to me is the relaxed way Rob plays Delecluse. I really love this etude. For the Snare Drummer. However, he started to play percussion again very soon and, returning to his first professional passion, he became timpanist of the orchestra in —but he still played piano, too!
Ironically what I like the most are the rests. Even the flams before the rolls are exactly the same as the rest of the etude. Many players can play it slower, but the real pedagogical and musical interest is at the exact tempo.
For me dynamic control, tempo, grace note consistency, rhythmically accuracy, and roll control are fundamentally what these etudes are meant to challenge.
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Rob does a fantastic job of striking this balance. A great balance to try and reach. The video component is huge for young players to see how relaxed and efficient Rob is in his playing and movement. He gave me very precious advice and suggestions. This etude seems rather innocent at first glance but as it goes on it becomes much more complex. For some reason this etude reminds me of some of the Keiskleiriana etudes I have learned out of both book 1 and 2.
There is a very clear difference between the two but not so over exaggerated that it loses its forward momentum. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. I have given this etude to a lot of students to learn as I think it is a nice intro to the douze etudes.
Read Reviews 0 Average User Rating. In 6 all of the grace notes need to be clear, consistent, and controlled. What other items do customers buy after ddouze this item?
Product details Sheet music: Share your thoughts with other customers. This would not be as enjoyable at a faster tempo. Thanks for your understanding. It takes a while to get comfortable with the subdivisions and mixed meters before even coming close to playing at tempo. Anyone who has played an orchestral audition in the last years knows this etude inside and out.
Years after I left the Paris Conservatory, I sometimes asked Jacques to play the orchestra score reduced for the piano with me when I was preparing to play concertos with orchestras as a soloist.
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Noten von Jacques Delecluse
It is intended to foster an understanding of the etudes from not only a technical but also a musical standpoint. The purpose and need for the study, along with the limitations and design follow. A section on related literature is included, which reinforces both the purpose and need for the study. Each etude analyzed is divided into four sections beginning with a performance analysis of the composition. The second and third sections are discussions of roll bases and exceptions followed by suggested exercises and stickings to aid in the execution. The conclusion of each performance analysis suggests orchestral literature that should be used to aid the performer in making musical associations while interpreting the etudes.
Jacques Delécluse (1933-2015)
I am very happy and proud of this, but I also know he is a great musician, a clever teacher, and a wonderful man. Born in September of , he is now retired from the Orchestre de Paris and from the Conservatoire de Paris, but he is still composing music, giving master classes, and participating on juries of many exams, auditions, and competitions. He divides his time between Paris, his country house near Paris, and the south of France near the Mediterranean in summer. Jacques first started to study piano and was a very gifted pianist, a very good student, and an excellent musician. He received the First Prize at the Conservatoire de Paris in best of the competition , with better results than many students who became great and famous soloists, such as Philippe Entremont.