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September 13, 2017

I follow several bodhrán pages on social media. One of my friends, Mike Quinn, had posted a picture of this t-shirt:

The implication was that these are difficult time signatures. I disagreed, and made the following videos to explain how to count them:

(I know... three t...

September 3, 2017

Another video blog post! This post is an extension of this blog post. Be sure to use good headphones or speakers.

Enjoy!

August 26, 2017

This video explains one of my favorite voicing exercises using double-down sticking. Be sure to use good speakers or headphones. Enjoy!

Link to Rebellion Drums.

Link to notation of exercises.

June 9, 2017

Link for RecoLive MultiCam :

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/recolive-multicam/id576184759?mt=8

Link for Benny Greb's The Art and Science of Groove:

http://drummagazine.com/benny-grebs-art-and-science-of-groove/

My set-up for recording this post:

May 18, 2017

One of my interests away from music is cycling. When I started riding and training in earnest in Spring of 2016, I regularly consulted my local bike shop and online resources for ways to improve my strength, skills, and endurance on the bike. Every inquiry that I made...

May 12, 2017

One of the most invaluable tools at my disposal as a student of the bodhrán is my log book. I use this document to keep track of numerous aspects of my playing and teaching. As the photo below shows, I have have been making entries for quite a while. What is in it, and...

April 22, 2017

    Whether it is an athlete, and artist, a musician, or a craftsman, we have all at some point been inspired by a master executing their craft well. When we are watching these individuals employ their specific skill sets, it is easy to get lost in the performance and...

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