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Re: Add an alternative Drum Style - agostini-drums-style (issue 15086004

From: dak
Subject: Re: Add an alternative Drum Style - agostini-drums-style (issue 150860044 by address@hidden)
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 18:19:43 +0000

On 2014/09/24 17:53:33, fgohier49 wrote:
On 2014/09/24 14:08:39, dak wrote:
> On 2014/09/24 13:56:36, fgohier49 wrote:
> > On 2014/09/24 12:11:12, dak wrote:
> > >
> > > Any chance we can get this information from the original patch
author, or
> does
> > > someone else need to do the respective research?
> >
> >
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am not aware about the life of Dante Agostini, I was thinking
with this
> > comment your were more than me.
> > Can we extract some informations from any website to use here ? I
am not
> > confident with this.
> The life of Agostini is not really important.  What would be
important would
> for LilyPond users to know when and why to use this notation.  There
has to be
> some reason you want to see it added to LilyPond: this notation has
to be used
> _somewhere_.  So the question is _where_ this notation is being


this notation is used by almost all french drummers. His school is
developped in all french big towns, in more, Dusseldorf (Germany),
(Schweiz), Athens (Greece), Pordenonde & Udine (Italy), Rabat (Maroc),
take in count all other teachers which are not linked directly to the
His method is written in french, english, spanish & german.
It seems the most used notation in europe

Well, that sounds slightly relevant indeed.  How about:

Invented by the French percussionist Dante Agostini in 1965, this
notation is commonly employed in France but also elsewhere.

I think that's enough history and gives a sketch about where it can be
expected to be used.

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