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Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros - Vol 1,with DVD - Vina Lacerda

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros - Vol 1,with DVD Vina Lacerda A872011

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros - Vol 1,with DVD - Vina Lacerda

Vina Lacerda
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A872011
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Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol. 1 Textbook with DVD Language: Englisch and... more

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros - Vol 1,with DVD - Vina Lacerda

item number: A872011
available as: book & DVD
content: different styles, Samba Batucada / Enredo
for instruments: bateria instruments, percussion misc.
weight (net): 0,6 kg

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol. 1
Textbook with DVD

Language: Englisch and Portuguese
With playalongs

 
A compact manual with DVD offers you competent information and many teaching material details for 18 different Brazilian percussion instruments which are played in Samba, Choro and other related music styles.
There are notes and examples written down for each rhythm, in addition you get plenty of complementary material on the included DVD. The book is not only for the common instruments like tamborim, repinique and surdo, but also more extraordinary instruments like repique de anel, frigideira and atabaque are well explained. You get different patterns and examples for each instrument and style as well as an explanation of the playing techniques. For practicing, the DVD offers play-alongs so you can play new sequences together with a band. At the end of the DVD an ensemble in typical constellation shows 6 songs of different styles. If you are searching for new ideas, playing techniques and rhythms, this book will give you inspiration!


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