`All the world is a laboratory to the inquiring mind. ~Martin H. Fischer
I CAN read that LOL!!!
Hahaha... yes I bet most people can.. !! Im not sure if you can upload GIF files ... this is a JPG.. but I did have this origionally as a GIF.. seeing them all moveing was rather hilarious. Hope yr enjoying your day over there.. :)
grins...now thats my kinda song :)
I think I know the words....
The only thing missing is the 4 measures rests at the end of the selection...after all those "notes"....the players will need to regroup.... if they are playing "saxophone" I'm sure their......I'll stop, this might be a family page lol:P
grew up playing trumpet... now play a bit of guit.. now, u being a drummer, maybe didn't have to learn specific notes?i'm quite fond of this symphony in the key of g* major.... (*nah, i wont say what the 'g' stands for.. tho i guess i could say the word rhymes with... spasm.. )...at any rate.. ENCORE!!!!
On further perusal and investigation, with one flat identified it would be in the key of Bb.....but the flat should be on the next line down to be accurate (using the treble clef).....but who's looking at that nonsense when the notes are having crazy sex with each other???? lol
Interesting. Can you hum it please.
lol... I have an inclination that the lyrics change from time to time.
wouldnt go so far as to say Im a drummer.. I wish!.. but I can read drum charts.. Im thinking that perhaps you havent seen what they look like David. The rhythm is represented exactly the same as music notation.. and the drums actually can be tuned tonally, I have heard of a percusionist who does that, but I dont recall his name. I am going to insert a pic of some drum charts for you. a little later. But for now ..the toms, snare and base drums are represented by "notes" as you would read whilst reading music for a trumpet or guitar, and as I said the rhythm is all represented the same.. BUT the cymbals are represented a little differently.. they may appear with crosses inside the note or crosses instead of the circular note. Its not difficult to learn.As I said Ill load a pic when I have more time.. Ill try to leave it in this section
I had no idea you would inspect this so thoroughly.. but maybe it wasnt so much the musical notation but what they represented that caught yr attention? Id say that was probably the case because IF that lone flat was a B flat Id say the Key was F Major. I didnt see any C #'s as accidentals so I ruled out D Minor...Not really the appropriate music for a Minor anyway!!
hahah... I think I best not
OK .. this is a sample of one of my Drum Charts.. its a bit small sorry. As you can see the Rhythm is represented exactly the same. The notation.. well, IF you were reading Treble Clef (although Drum Charts are written in Bass Clef)snare = C1st Bass Pedal = F2nd Bass Pedal = D1st Tom = E2nd Tom = GFloor Tom = AHi Hat = X (always positioned in G position)Hi Hat foot = X ( always positioned low E)Ride cymbal = x ( always positioned high F)
drum charts... gotcha...now, let's hear u playing that bit u've posted....(the second one i mean, tho if ya wanna play both pieces, hey, it's your blog so do whatchoo wanna do)
Just out of curiosity David, Did you pic the title of that Drum chart?
didn't look at it closely when i came back to check out the way of the drum notes... (plus, i've got a small monitor so didn't wanna squint tooooo much)just higlighted the title.. 'divide'... by 'disturbed'....gottttt itttt.......<- head banging rockin on outta here... (ouch..)
Key of F has one flat, and that flat is Bb, yes!