Polyrhythms Scales

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 8:49 PM , have 0 comments
In the game scales in this case, right and left hand playing different rhythms within the meaning of the word: a unit of time of each voice is divided, so that the parts can not be divided from each other.
For example: 2 to 3, 3 opposed to 4, 4 opponent 5, 5 opponents 7, and so on.

In the game scales are usually trained 2x3 / 3x2, and 3x4 / 4x3, just 8. How to study polyrhythms scales are:
1. By feeling the rhythm:
  • The right hand knocks division 3 of the unit of time.
  • Then the left hand knocking, knocking in only 2 units of time.
  • Make sure your hands comfortably.
2. Based on the count, I calculate to be firm and very regular / flat:

2 opponents 3; count should be a division that can be divided by 2 and 3, which is 6. Note that, if the left hand started with 3 pounding, had started 2 octave lower than his right.

Polyrhythms scales 2 3

3 opponents 4, count should be a division that can be divided by 3 and 4, 12. Note that if the left hand started with 4 knocking had begun two octaves lower than his right.

Polyrhythms scales 3 opponent 4

If played two thumbs opposite movement started in the same keys in the middle klavier yan. 2x3 scales, not giving trouble, but the 3x4 have a solution. The hand that plays four octaves on the feedback must repeat an octave.
Samuel Kurnianta
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