Leaders tone and rhythm
• United States
29 Jun 09
That's all very well and good, but what if you're dealing with a choral group instead of a symphonic or orchestral group? There are no drums or basses in choral groups, unless you want to count the tenor and baritone singers as being the steady rhythm. I've been in both situations--in an instrumental group and in a choral group, so that's why I bring this up. Happy MyLotting!
26 May 09
Yes I think for a band, the drummer has a very important role.. I remember joining for the first time a "battle of the bands"... then our drummer suddenly thrown his stick and everything got worse.. hahaha Rhythm is very important too..
20 May 10
Hi hsofyan, drum is the soul of a band. The different rhythms performed by the set of drums are really fascinating. So far I haven't seen any band without drums. I had read news about a three year-old boy playing drums skillfully. After surfing net I found there are many young gifted kids who are good in playing drums. Of course I really enjoy watching these wonderful kids in different ages showing their talent in their respective performances I'm not a musician though I love enjoy listening to music. I always reading and typing myLot posts and listening music at the same time. Yeah, a good band always led by a skillful drummer I like watching lion dance accompanied by the powerful rhythms played by the excenlent drummer. Happy posting.