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Triplets over 8ths

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Post by kentaku_sama on Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:16 am

Ok so my piano teacher is going through a piano rock book and one of the rhythms is like this:

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I tried over and over but my left hand is the problem, i think. First I played the rhythm each hand seperate which is just natural for me now but when I put them together, My left hand wants to play swing 8ths instead of straight 8s, and I cannot get it to play straight when I play a triplet, I listened to a midi but WHen I try to play it be ear even my left hand feels like it's playing a swing rhythm and I can't help it, how should I time these?
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Post by Rickard on Tue Aug 03, 2010 7:31 am

Andrew has actually a very good video about that, those type of things are called polyrhythms btw, here's the video on that topic:

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