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Demo (Solo) Free – 8156 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni plays a third DEMO-SOLO in 6/8 to demonstrate how you can apply all of these exercises, maintaining one line with the left hand on the Cha-Cha cowbell and improvising with the other on the Mambo cowbell and the Timbales.   Commentary:

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Demo (Solo) Mozambique A – 8157 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni plays a fourth DEMO-SOLO with two variations on the Mozambique pattern to demonstrate how you can apply all those exercises maintaining one line with the left hand on the Cha-Cha cowbell and improvising with the other on Timbales.   Co

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Demo (Solo) Mozambique B – 8158 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni plays a fifth DEMO-SOLO with variations on the Mozambique pattern to demonstrate how you can apply all of these exercises, maintaining one line on the Cha-Cha cowbell with the right hand and improvising with the other on Timbales.   Co

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Demo (Solo) with cymbal – 8159 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni plays a sixth DEMO-SOLO with variations on Mambo or Jazz to demonstrate how you can apply all of these exercises, maintaining one line on the cymbal with the right hand and improvising with the other on Timbales.   Commentary: Then whe

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Song in 7/4 – 8180 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the first of Giovanni’s songs, with Josep M. Kitflus (piano) and Carles Benavent (bass,) in 7/8. In these songs he shows you how to practically apply his concept on Congas in patterns as well as in solos.   Commentary: Now, a new song

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“Time Code” Soleá (bulerías) – 8182 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the third of Giovanni’s songs with Josep M. Kitflus (piano) and Carles Benavent (bass). In this case, the master Giovanni uses a Flamenco pattern (Bulería) to show you how to apply practically his concept on Congas.   Commentary: Now,

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Demo (Solo) 6/8 – 8154 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Giovanni plays a Demo in 6/8 to demonstrate how you can apply all those exercises, maintaining a line on the cowbell and improvising with the other on Timbales.   Commentary: Example, I would like to do a little improvisation, free style, ok? Let’s

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Demo (Solo) Guaguancó – 8155 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni plays a second Demo with the “Guaguancó Cáscara” to demonstrate how you can apply all those exercises, maintaining a line on the cowbell and improvising with the other on Timbales.   Commentary: Cáscara in Guaguancó par

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Cymbal 6/8 pattern (1) – 8138 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni shows you two variations for “Timbales” in 6/8 on the cymbal.   Commentary: Now, let me do something that is similar but on the cymbal, the same 6/8 feel following the same patterns that I was playing here, both, ok? Separa

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Cymbal 6/8 pattern (2) – 8139 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni shows you two variations for “Timbales” in 6/8 on the cymbal, in which he explains the placement of your left hand on the downbeat as well as the upbeat.   Commentary: So that’s how you combine in the same pattern, or

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Baqueteo – 8142 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni introduces you to one of the most interesting patterns for “Timbales”, called “Baqueteo”, with some variations and “Floreos” or ‘flourishes.’   Commentary: Now, I would like to play somet

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Boogaloo A – 8145 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni introduces you to the first “Boogaloo” pattern for “Timbales” with the cymbal. Here you have two variations.   Commentary: Now, I don’t want to forget a good era, and I grew up with that, and that was the

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