David Hatfield | David Hatfield Plays RBP

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David Hatfield Plays RBP

by David Hatfield

PSST! ROYALTY FREE. Catchy. Up beat. GREAT STUDY FOR INNOVATIVE MUSICIANS. You'll automatically start tapping your feet whether you want to or not. So grab something not fragile to bang on and join in.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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2. When The Saints Go Marching In
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3. Polly Wolly Doodle
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(SOUNDS LIKE SCOTT JOPLIN DRUNK AT A CHURCH)---INTRODUCING RBP (ROYALTY FREE)---. LISTEN WHEN YOU WANT SOMETHING UPBEAT AND DIFFERENT.---RBP is a basic blending of 3 styles of music. (Ragtime, Blues and Polka). You’ll notice the bass line is always a basic Polka, the piano fluctuates from heavy blues to light ragtime and the organ offers a
sustained blues in the background for added stability to balance out the charismatic piano. You may even find that the style offers a certain ‘body English’ that is probably a result of the way the bass and piano syncopate together, as the organ patiently chaperones in the background. As you may have noticed, RBP has no percussion. This is an intentional thing. The purpose for this, other than to keep it distinctive, is to encourage people to be active participants instead of just observers. Pick up a pot or a pan, bang on something not fragile or just clap your hands and create your own rhythm. THIS IS ESPECIALLY FUN AT PARTIES. I guess I just want to welcome people into a new way of looking at music by inviting them into the center or the arena, instead of from an audience perspective.
I hope you like hearing it as much as I enjoyed creating it for you. Please enjoy…DH


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