French composer, Alain Weber (b. 1930) writes 60 Theoretical Rhythm Lessons with much experience and expertise. This first volume, which considers in detail quavers, simple and compound time signatures, semiquavers, triplets, demisemiquavers, complex rhythms and unusual time signatures, is essential to accompany basic theory progression.
Following graduation from the Paris Conservatoire, Weber spent time in Italy to develop his own musical style. However, he soon returned to the institution as a professor of theory and counterpoint. He is a significant contributor to important teaching materials and 60 Theoretical Rhythm Lessons is no exception.