Surfboard Performed by Vaughn Wiesters Famous Jazz Orchestra. Thats Vaughn Directing; this is a great example of a Hemiola. The Columbus Music Hall, a one-hundred year old fire house, hosted the three one-hour sets in front of a live audience. Jeffrey Pearcy directed and produced a five-camera shoot as well as twenty-four digital tracks audio. You can view the complete version of Surfboard @
VESTIGIUM - Hemiola Circle Pt 1 [Instrumental] Band: VESTIGIUM Song: Hemiola Circle Pt 1 Version; Instrumental Listen us: /VESTIGIUM
The Amoras - Hemiola 1-30-09 Austin and Max at eVocal on January 30, 2009.
Rhythm Bones Hemiola When I found myself playing the rhythm in the song "I want to be in America" from "West Side Story," I figured there had to be a name for it, musically. Sure enough... Hemiola.
Losing September - Hemiola Live footage taken by FM Music at Doc's Music Hall. Special thanks to the Subculture Suspension Arts team.
Choral truth or fail - hemiola Don't know what's going on? Go back to the start of the quiz:
Lamma Bada.wmv Hemiola-Ensamble de música Lamma Bada-Tradicional Andalusí
Hemiola - Losing September Hemiola - Losing September Doc's Music Hall in Muncie, IN 10/02/10
Chrono Trigger : Corridor of Time -Hemiola- Corridor of Time in Chono Trigger video game remix. mp3 dl : www.ep-
polyrhythm riff 5/4/3 3 over 4 hemiola in the feet and accents in 5 with the hands
Matt Savage Trio - Infected with Hemiola The Matt Savage Trio plays Matt's original tune "Infected with Hemiola" at the Million Dollar Round Table. Matt Savage is 18 now and has a new channel with new music:
Fusion style drum solo - Steve Hynes This is a solo based around odd times, polyrhythms, odd groupings, beat displacement, hemiolas and metric modulation. Inspired by Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Weckl and Gavin Harrison (although nowhere near as good!!). I also tried to do a Steve Gadd groove based lick in there somewhere. Just having a bit of fun really!
The Fullblast - Hemiola, I'm Peddling Home @ The Opera House July 30th, 2008
Odd Meter Jazz Drumming :: "Show Me" Website: | Twitter Here I am playing with the Downbeat Magazine Award-Winning vocal jazz group "Freeform". The tune is called "Show Me", and is an adaptation from the Lerner and Loewe musical "My Fair Lady". The piece starts in 5/8, with a few 6/8 bars thrown in for good measure. The solo section sees our rhythm section go from 6/8 to double time swing using the 2-3 hemiola, then back to 6/8, then half time swing for a few bars, then back to 6/8. Same story on the second chorus, but I substitute an Afro-Cuban groove instead of double time swing. I don't expect any of you to count this or make much sense of it - it's a brain bender, but I live for these kind of shape-shifting time interpretations. :) Hope you enjoy. Please rate, comment, and view millions (if not billions) of times. Thanks! More o'this madness at !
Kashmir, main riffs This is me rocking out on the main riffs in Kashmir. This is one of my favorite Zep tunes and also one of the best examples of Hemiola that you'll see in mainstream music. If you're looking to learn this, realize first off that it's in "DADGAD" tuning. Check out my original material at... Thanks.
Hemiola city If you know what hemiola's are, good for you. This is just a very basic beat, really fun to mess around with. I explain it all in the video. First attempt at making a video of me while showing something on the drums, so you know. The sound of the hi-hat is really bad, and I'm off when I'm demonstrating, I know. I think most of that's just poor camera placement. The sound I mean.
Lush Life - Jazz Piano Solo - Cody Garrett Original piano arrangement of Billy Strayhorn's 'Lush Life.' - Offical Music Website
Danimal Cannon - 486 Hemiola The 2nd ever chiptune by Danimal Cannon from the band Armcannnon. Square and triangle waves 4 lyfe yo. Visuals = Geiss. I captured them in a stupidly elaborate process to maintain framerate. Then I butchered the color dynamics because I'm sweet like that.
Hemiola Lesson, Joy My great movie.
Hemiola - Track 07
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#15 Guitar Licks Another Hemiola Lick Scott Verville shows you the 2nd guitar lick which works great for playing with the time and creating a Hemiola feel. Read more at www.verville-
Albert Collins I Ain't Drunk In this video, Albert Collins plays hemiolas in "I Ain't Drunk," in 1:23-1:45. While the rhythmic pulse divides the beat into 4 equal units, within which 3-note patterns are repeated. Hemiolas are the focus of Ch. 20 in the book, Finite Blues: 2000 Musical Gestures for Electric Blues Guitar.
Magic Sam 21 Days in Jail This clip of Magic Sams 21 Days in Jail has the guitarist playing hemiolas in 1:05-1:28. Here, he introduces a triplet pulse but playing a duple rhythm on top. Other types of hemiolas are explored in Ch. 20 of the book, Finite Blues: 2000 Musical Gestures for Electric Blues Guitar.
the fullblast - hemiola (2nd last show ever) the fullblast live in london, ontario. warming up for their final show ever.
3 Against 4 Hemiola Lesson clip.mp4 sample clip of my 3 against 4 Hemiola Lesson. Visit my site to see the whole lesson.
Mark Alburger - Embedded Inventions: XV. Hemiola Mark Alburger's Embedded Inventions: XV. Hemiola (Op. 20, 1979). Three's against Two's against a JS Bach (Video alteration of October 30, 2010)
Mark Alburger - Deploration Passacaglias: XI. Schubert Mark Alburger's Deploration Passacaglias: XI. Schubert (Op. 43, 1992). Slow hemiola galop on Franz Schubert's The Erlking (Video alteration from October 15, 2010)
Summer Breeze, Plink Plank Plonk by the TJC Guitar Club for SYF 2007. This is the full-dressed rehearsal on 13 April 2007. Summer Breeze-- This lighthearted piece, composed and arranged by Jiro Hasebe, is the first of the two-song repertoire that helped the club attain its second consecutive Gold With Honours Award at the SYF Central Judging this year. Its delicate arrangement enables the players in the ensemble to display the many strengths of the prized Niibori guitars used by the club. In addition, the piece also draws on the strength of the musical technique of "hemiola", in which the different parts play in a "three-against-two" timing, but still meld together beautifully to produce a unique melody. Plink Plank Plonk-- This catchy and upbeat piece was composed before the 1950s by American composer Leroy Anderson, who was best known for his works of light orchestral music. From 1952 to 1961, it was also used as the theme song for the CBS panel show, I've Got A Secret. The composition was originally named "Plink, Plank, Plunk!" and was specially arranged for chamber ensembles. However, this delicate rearrangement for Niibori guitar ensembles by Ardian Kristanto Poernomo enables the players to convey more themes and moods as they progress through the four different movements of the song.
sudanese music & Ethiopian performing 10 Africa, home to 350 million people belonging to some 3000 tribes and speaking some 800 to 1000 distinct languages, is one of the most musically diversified regions of the world. The geographical variety of the continent - from the mountains and the vast desert of the north to the wide Savannah belt, the central rain forests and the fertile southern coast - is reflected in a multiplicity of musical styles. In spite of this diversity, unifying features may be identified. African music is primarily percussive. Drums, rattles, bells and gongs predominate, and even important melodic instruments such as xylophones and plucked strings are played with percussive techniques. African melodies are based on short units, on which performers improvise. Though melodies are often simple, rhythms are complex by European standards, with much syncopation (accents on beats other than the main one), hemiola (juxtaposition of twos and threes) and polyrhythm (simultaneous performance of several rhythms). While Western rhythms are classified as 'additive' (time span divided into equal sections, eg 12 beats divided 4+ 4 + 4), African rhythms are usually 'divisive' (unequal sections, eg 12 beats divided 5 + 7 or 3 + 4 + 5). An unusual aspect of African rhythm is what has been called the 'metronome sense', the ability of many musicians to perform for long periods without deviating from the exact tempo. Group performances are most typical, and the 'call-and-response' style with ...
#16 Guitar Licks Yet Another Hemiola Lick The last of the guitar licks showing you how to play with the time creating a Hemiola feel and getting more mileage from a simple little lick. Read more at www.verville-
Color Wheel Hemiola William Parks
Satriani - Day At The Beach (New Rays From An Ancient Sun) I felt compelled to upload the first Satch song I ever learned. Not the best take/performance ever, but the garage was stupid hot and I needed to get something accomplished that day... With all the takes I did up until this point, my being hot & almost fed up with the stupid slip ups led me to speed it up to stop over thinking. A slower (and cooler) take will be replacing this one day soon. Yes, I know there were some slip ups towards the end (starting with the rhythmic improv). Enjoy!
Eggs - The Government Administrator The Government Administrator by Eggs, released on Hemiola in 1993.
Hemiolas (speed changes) Great exercise for drumline drummers and also drum kit use. Teaches how to change the speed of singles but not the tempo.
mooncoyne - Kalyana, Hemiola, Rolling Glory Visit us at . This is "Kalyana, Hemiola, Rolling Glory" - from our 2 concert at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA. mooncoyne is a band that plays traditional Irish music. Find us a events such as parties, dances, and weddings. mooncoyne features musicians from various haunts of Western Washington; Tacoma, Gig Harbor, and Olympia. The repertoire includes virtuosic arrangements of the dance music of Ireland, including reels, jigs, slip jigs, polkas, slides, and waltzes, as well as richly textured versions of traditional and contemporary ballads and songs. Performers: Brynn Starr; fiddle, vocals Katie Youtz; fiddle, vocals Bob McCaffery-Lent; guitar, cittern, mandolin, vocals Martin Nyberg; guitar, cittern, vocals Kent Hooper; whistles, accordion Greg Youtz; whistle, mandolin, mouth harps, percussion Rod Campbell; bodhran
Random Acts of Rhythm - (Neil Peart - Rush and Max Roach Tribute) - Rafael Dolinski http Rafael Dolinski
#14 Guitar Licks, Hemiola, or 2 against 3, or Displacing the Accent Scott Verville talks and demonstrates in this guitar lesson how we can play with the time by using the Hemiola technique or by displacing the accent with a lick to get more mileage out of a simple guitar lick and turn it into a very hip lick by repeating it in repetition on different parts of the beat. Read more at www.verville-
Rhapsody for Piano and Flute - Orig Composed by Thomas Giles Composed in 2007, and premiered at this event, this was written to sound very much like a fantasia which could have been composed in the romantic period. I utilized harmonic minor scales loosely based around C minor. This rhapsody is a vigorous and technical experience written to amplify the emotional expression. I have written in many cross rhythms to give this piece a very fluid motion. The most prominent of these cross rhythms is a four over eigh*** hemiola that is an ostinato in the right hand of the piano, which is gives the sweeping feel. I like challenging the performers with the pieces I write while aiming to still please the listener (keeps from getting boring). When fast, it should catch your attention; when slow, it should wrench your heart. This particular piece is a portrait of different emotions and thus does not resolve at the end.
Texas Drums warm up 1 Eights and part of Hemiola before march-down for the Nebraska game (Parents Day).
Random Acts of Rhythm - (Neil Peart - Rush and Max Roach Tribute) - Rafael Dolinski Rafael Dolinski http
Persistence - Concert Band The opening of this composition is marked with unrelenting energy! by the composer, and with good reason. The percussion section along with inventive hemiola rhythmic patterns in the winds propels this intense segment. The mood shifts completely for the slow Misterioso section which is characterized by layers of instrumental colors and rich brass statements. Rhythmic patterns and interplay between all sections of the band help to energize the final segment leading to an exciting and powerful finish. (Grade 4/5)