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Septuplet Fives – Polyrhythmic Permutation
Aaron Edgar On 29th Mar 2017
Seven over five can be a challenging polyrhythm to master. We’ll start building this rhythm by playing every fifth septuplet partial in a measure of 5/4. It can take plenty of dedicated practice to master this figure, especially when we start to displace the starting position of the five-note grouping within the septuplets. However, there are some steps we can take to help internalize this rhythm.