Drum Lessons- Polyrhythms- 5 Over 4 Polyrhythm





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Published on Sep 2, 2016

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Jesse-Lee the Drummer Starts with explaining the time signatures involved with playing 5:4 and 4:5. He then demonstrates how to play quintuplets in the time signature of 4/4, how to accent every 4th note of those groupings and how to take out the non accented notes, leaving the naked polyrhythm of 5:4 being played. Moving on to the polyrhythm of 4:5 he first explains that the base time signature here is 5/4 and that 16th notes are the basis for playing this polyrhythm. He then explains how to accent every 5th note of said sixteenth notes and then how to take out the non accented notes, leaving the polyrhythm of 4:5 being played.

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