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Author Ben
Posted 7/20/09; 6:32:40 PM
Topic Long Bell
Msg# 5643 (in response to 1600)
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A quick and elegant way of explaining long bell. It might confuse people when they realize that most long bell and short bell drum pieces are divided into 4 beats with 3 subdivisions per beat rather than 6 beats of 2 subdivisions per beat.

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