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I am a working musician (among other things) living in Santa Cruz, CA., playing guitar, bass, ukulele, and percussion and have just been voted "Best Music Instructor" for the 2nd year in a row.
While living in San Francisco many years ago, I began playing hand drums in Golden Gate Park with dozens of other drummers every weekend. I noticed a need for some basic rhythmic skills among many of the beginning players and began writing a series of tips and tricks to develop one's rhythmic skills.
Fast forward to the present - I now play regularly with several ukulele groups here in Santa Cruz, and often asked to teach and share my musical knowledge with them, as many of them are just beginning to discover the magic that is music.
I will be presenting these tips in the form of short posts that I am calling "All In Good Time."
"All in Good Time" refers, of course, to the obvious: rhythm, but it also refers to the way I choose to live - with patience and faith that all we desire come to us in it's own time. Plant the seed my friends, and wait for the flower to blossom.
To learn more about what I do and who I play with, please visit my web site: www.rhanwilson.com
I hope you enjoy this online tutorial, and I hope you are learning!
I've even heard from some of you that you are learning so much that you don't need those private lessons we talked about - that's great to hear, except that I could really use some financial support from time to time.
If you have the means, then please donate something from time to time so I can continue this project.
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DONATE:
I thank you so much for your support.
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