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Boogaloo B – 8146 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the second and third variation of the “Boogaloo” pattern for “Timbales” with the cymbal. Interesting pattern for Pop or Rock and Roll.   Commentary: What I am doing over here, I am combining two of them, one is…

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Placement – 8123 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have an explanation on the “Timbales”, their elements (cymbal, Cha-Cha and Mambo cowbells) and how to position yourself.   Commentary: I am going to play Timbales, an instrument that I respect a lot. My major is the Conga/Bongos, and

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Cáscara Salsa – 8124 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni shows you the first variation of the “Cáscara” pattern for Timbales, with a slow second part, in order to show you the movements of your hands on the “Hembra” and the resulting sound.   Commentary: Now, letR

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Abanico 1 – 8128 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni shows you how to apply the Cha-Cha’s lead-in or pickup notes, called “Abanico.” He also demonstrates their different variations, at a normal tempo as well as at slower tempos, so that you can understand the placement of th

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Mambo A – 8131 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the first variation for “Timbales” in the “Mambo” pattern with cowbell, where Giovanni shows you the different possibilities.   Commentary: I am going to play a pattern of Mambo style on the cowbell, the big cowbell a

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Cowbell 6/8 pattern (1) – 8136 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have two variations for “Timbales” in 6/8 with cowbell, in which Giovanni shows you the different possibilities.   Commentary: So, like when you do 6/8, at the begining in the early days, they used the 6/8, a part of the cymbal, on th

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Cha-Cha (Cowbell) – 8140 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have two variations of the Cha-Cha pattern with cowbell, in which the master Giovanni shows you the different possibilities of applying the “Cáscara”.   Commentary: When you change to the cowbell, Cha-Cha cowbell to play Cha-Cha R

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Plena A – 8143 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have two variations of the “Plena” pattern with “Timbales”, in which the master Giovanni shows you the different ways of its application.   Commentary: I am going to play a rhythm, coming from Puerto Rico, where I come fro

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Mambo B – 8105 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have a second exercise of the Mambo pattern on the Cowbell. Giovanni uses different sounds to complete this two bar pattern, formed by quarter notes and eighth notes.   Commentary: Then he came with that, it was the pattern for Mambo, 1, 2, 1, 2,

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Jala-Jala – 8112 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni teaches you the Jala Jala pattern for cowbell at a normal tempo and also at a slower tempo to allow you to understand the placement of the strokes.   Commentary: Another style that you can play on the cowbell is [what] we call the Jala

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Guaguancó A – 8116 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have an explanation of what a “Shekere” is, how it is made and how to hold it in your hands. Also, Giovanni shows you the first “Guaguancó” pattern.   Commentary: Now this is a Shekere. The original Shekere is a gord that

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Guaguancó B – 8117 – E

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12 November, 2017

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A second variation of the “Guaguancó” pattern at normal tempo, with a slower second part, in order to show you the movements and the resulting sound.   Commentary: Second variation, 1, 2, 3, 4… Right? Slow, the first one, 1, 2, 3, 4R

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