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From brain waves to the groove of music, A Matter of Time explains it all.
This book has helped me to be both a better drummer and musician by opening my mind to subtleties I can use to enhance music I am playing.
This is a great book, explaining in understandable terms how rythm and timing in music works.
Some videos don't exist on youtube, some pictures don't display properly. Probably last Kindle book I'm purchasing, going back to iBooks.Published 5 days ago by Guitar Hero
A great guide for exploring rhythm at the most fundamental and universal levels of human experience. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sean M. Frenette
Very interesting read that introduces and reinforces what we experience and feel as we play music. It certainly opened my eyes (and ears) to be more aware of my senses and the way... Read morePublished 10 months ago by R. Hodges
Enjoyable and informative. Looking forward to the longer book referenced. Usually books involving sound, music, the brain, etc. are overly long. Not this one.Published 11 months ago by Seann Xenja
Rhythm is one of the key elements of music and the one the hardest to teach. That's my experience as a professional musician and music teacher. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Florian Höfner
A very interesting and instructive book, with video access / addresses to illustrate the points made. Well worth the five star rating.Published 12 months ago by Peter Jones
This short book looks like a "teaser" for John Lamb's soon to be published "Rhythm harmony". Read morePublished 12 months ago by andrei pogorilowski
John Lamb's "A Matter Of Time" is a valuable addition to the work being done on music and the brain and the only one that focuses on jazz in particular. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Hal Galper
At first, I gave this review four stars because I had the classic complaint: I want more. This is a really short book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by WilliamVW