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Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria - KALANGO

Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria KALANGO A871456
Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria
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Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria - KALANGO

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Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria - KALANGO

item number: A871456
available as: book
content: Samba Batucada / Enredo
for instruments: bateria instruments
weight (net): 0,3 kg

Fundamentals of a Samba School Bateria - a must-have book for Samba fans & ritmistas

language: English

Samba school baterias, initially small with around 20 members in the late 1920s, have now grown to include 200-300 percussionists. These percussion orchestras, celebrated for their powerful sound and swing, have become iconic symbols of Brazilian culture.

This book aims to comprehensively examine the rhythmic aspects of Samba and the role of a samba school's bateria. It provides an educational guide for readers to understand how the unique bateria sound is created. By the end, you will fully understand how a bateria arrangement is created and will be able to work on your own bateria arrangements. All scores of the book are accompanied by their respective audios.

The first part delves into a brief history of Samba's origin, the emergence of Samba schools, and their baterias. It also explores the instrument distribution within a bateria and the impact of the Samba-enredo format on band arrangements.

The second part covers the fundamental rhythmic patterns of Samba and details the commonly used instruments in Samba schools, showcasing their basic grooves and roles within the bateria.

In the third part, the focus shifts to the four elements employed by baterias in composing arrangements. Each instrument's function within these elements is explained, along with their occurrence in the Samba-enredo. The section concludes with a practical application of the concepts in a basic arrangement for the Samba-enredo "É Hoje."

In the last part, Gabriel gives a brief description of each of the most traditional Samba schools in Rio de Janeiro, focusing on the characteristics and history of their baterias.


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For more than 30 years we have been musicians ourselves and incorporate into our products all the experience, ideas and quality expectations we have gained over the years by playing, being in contact with active musicians from authentic scenes or simply by using ideas we pick up during our travels.


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