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Macho/Hembra commentary – 8074 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have a second exercise on the Bolero pattern. The great master Giovanni Hidalgo makes a very interesting commentary on the difference between the Macho and Hembra drums. This pattern is built on eighth notes. In it, you will use Hembra, “Martill

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Son Montuno level 1 – 8078 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the first pattern of Son Montuno. It is based on eighth notes. Giovanni shows you the beats and how to apply them to this pattern.   Commentary: Now we are going to jump to Son Montuno. [From the beginings of 1940s through today it has been

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Seis Chorreao – 8083 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the first exercise on the “Seis Chorreao” pattern. As Giovanni says, the origin of this kind of pattern comes from the Jíbara music. This interesting pattern is based on eighth and sixteenth notes with Hembra, Martillo, Fingers , hal

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Plena – 8047 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Two interesting exercises based on the “Plena” pattern. Using Open and Slap beats in the Conga and the Tumbadora. Notice how Giovanni plays a second exercise with some variations.   Commentary: Now we are going to jump to play Plena, another g

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Variations 3 – 8011 – E

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12 November, 2017

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(C) In this pattern, he shows you one of the most common styles of Latin music, “Salsa.” Watch carefully and listen to his sound, the importance of how he uses his hands to achieve one sound or another.   Commentary: With all those variations

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12 November, 2017

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Guaguancó A (I Tumbadora) – 8016 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The first of Guaguancó. It is an exercise with two combinations that show you first how to work with each hand independently and then how to play this pattern with eighth notes. In both, there are the Open, Slap beats. You only work with the Tumbadora in orde

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Bolero A (1 Conga) – 8026 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The first Bolero pattern, Exercise with two combinations that will show you the different steps to make with each hand, in order to be able to later work this pattern with eighth notes . In both, there is the Open, Slap beats . You only work with the Tumbadora

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Bolero B (1 Conga) – 8027 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The master Giovanni Hidalgo goes on showing exercises based on the Bolero pattern with eighth notes, there are two exercises where you can practice with the Palm, the Open and Slap. As in the previous one, you will only work with the Tumbadora.   Commenta

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Charanga A (1 Conga) – 8031 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Your first exercise to master the Charanga pattern. In this case with eighth notes, only with one Tumbadora using Open and Slap beats.   Commentary: Well, I grew up listening to the Charanga groups too, and that’s only with one conga. So the Tumbao

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Songo A “Claro & Daniel Style” (2 Congas) – 8033 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Your first exercise to master the Songo pattern. In this case with eighth notes on the Tumbadora and the Conga. Using Open, Slap and fingers beats. Notice how Giovanni combines hands using combinations from the Rudiments technique for Snare.   Commentary:

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A Caballo “Cuba Style” – 8040 – E

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12 November, 2017

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An interesting exercise based on the pattern of A Caballo in the Cuban style. Using Fingers, Open and Slap beats on the Conga and the Tumbadora. Notice how Giovanni combines the pattern with a variation on the fourth beat of the second bar.   Commentary:

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