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Seis Chorreao – 8083 – E

12 November, 2017 440 17 No Comments

Description

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 , half palm and ghost beats. You can listen to its development in slow and fast tempos.

 

Commentary:

In Puerto Rico, we have another great, great taste of our culture, that is the Jíbaro music, our music from the interior of the island and we have many of them, we have Seis, we have Rignaldo, we have Décimas, Villancicos, we were [also] playing Mazurkas, danzas, the Paseo, I mean, beautiful, beautiful taste. But let’s go now for the Seis, so there are a lot of them, maybe…every town, that means ‘pueblito,’ pueblo from Puerto Rico has different Seis, that we do like this; for Christmas time, that’s the way we put out all the… in the whole year, but in Christmas we take more opportunity of that, 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4… Slow, 1, 2, 3, 4…

 
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