Tag: Afro-Cuban

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Son Clave 2:3 – 5005 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio explains how to understand and play the Clave in 2:3, with a very slow exercise so you can see the situation inside the bar.   Commentary: This Clave in particular, has also the peculiarity that it can start on the third beat, so it is what is cal

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Son Clave 3:2 – 5008 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio explains how to understand and to play the Son Clave in 3:2, with a very slow exercise so you can see the situation inside the bar.   Commentary: Then we are going to have the Son Clave with the binary subdivision using exactly the same pulse as w

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How to work this exercises – 5015 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In this group of exercises you will work with your two hands to reach independence (it is important that you sing the subdivisions like Horacio does). Right hand plays the Clave in the Wood Block and left hand will play each one of the 16 Sixteenth notes. In t

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1st and 2nd sixteenth note of the bar – 5016 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In this group of exercises you will work with your two hands to reach independence (it is important that you sing the subdivisions like Horacio does). Your right hand plays the Clave in the Wood Block, the left hand will play each one of the 16 Sixteenth notes

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3rd and 4th sixteenth note of the bar – 5017 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In this group of exercises you will work with your two hands to reach independence (it is important that you sing the subdivisions like Horacio does). Your right hand plays the Clave in the Wood Block, the left hand will play each one of the 16 Sixteenth notes

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Repiqueteo – 3019 – E

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12 November, 2017

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This video shows how to work with the pattern of “Repiqueteo” with Snare, Bass Drum, hihat and toms. 1st line Left hand and Right play Sixteenth notes in Snare with some variation in Toms 2nd line Bass Drum plays “Tumbao” Hihat in the 1

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Danzon – 3020 – E

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12 November, 2017

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This video shows how to work with one of the first rhythms created in Cuba: the “Danzón”, which is also denominated as the Afro-Cuban music first steps. 1st line Left hand hits in head and Right hand in Crosstick with open strokes and muted  

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Guagancó – 3021 – E

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12 November, 2017

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This video shows how to work with one of the denominated Afro-Cuban music’s most interesting rhythms: the “Guaguancó”. 1st line: Right hand plays Rumba Clave in 3/2 on Cowbell. 2nd line: Left hand plays Snare combinations. 3rd line: Bass Dru

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Cáscara and Clave – 3005 – E

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12 November, 2017

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This video has an exercise with the explanation of the Son and Rumba Clave with Cáscara and Bass Drum. 1st line: right hand plays Rumba Clave on Snare. 2nd line: left hand plays Cáscara on Floor-Tom. 3rd line: Bass Drum on the fourth Quarter note of the bar,

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Rumba Clave – 3001 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In this exercise, Ignacio Berroa explains the Clave and its application.   Commentary: When we talk about AfroCuban music, Clave is the first thing of order. Clave is a Cuban instrument made from two pieces of wood, with African roots. The first Clave tha

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