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Introduction to Taladiddle | The Common Ground Between Indian Rhythms and Rudiments

Konnakol! The amazing ancient rhythmic language originating in India. In recent times more and more drummers are learning and studying these methods and applying them to different styles of music. Claus’ book “Taladiddle” written together with Claudio Spieler explores the not-so-obvious link between Konnakol and Rudimental patterns. In this lesson you will get a preview into the book’s content including learning about the various terminology referring to time cycles and subdivisions, different rudiments and their applications within these rhythmic systems and also ideas on how to apply them to the drumset.

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