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Bass Drum play: 1st, 2nd and 3rd sixteenth Note – 5066 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In the previous exercises we have worked with 1 and 2 strokes, now we will use 3 strokes in the BassDrum. We continue with the same structure. Your right hand plays Cáscara in Wood Block, your other hand plays quarter notes in snare, your right foot plays the

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Bass Drum play: 2nd, 3rd and 4th sixteenth Note – 5067 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In the previous exercises we have worked with 1 and 2 strokes, now we will use 3 strokes in the BassDrum. We continue with the same structure. Your right hand plays Cáscara in Wood Block, your other hand plays quarter notes in snare, your right foot plays the

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Demo of the different Hihat – 5043 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio carries out a “DEMO” with all the combinations for Hihat of the previous exercises. While your right hand plays the Eighth Notes and your left hand plays the Clave. These exercises will help you to control the hihat and the necessary indepe

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19/4 Amalgam – 1712 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Up to this section, we have been working at 4/4. From now on, we shall go on to other measures. There is a method of Bob Moses’s which I have found extremely useful for an understanding of this kind of measures: Bob Moses called it “reference point

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9/4 Amalgam – 1714 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Up to this section, we have been working at 4/4. From now on, we shall go on to other measures. There is a method of Bob Moses’s which I have found extremely useful for an understanding of this kind of measures: Bob Moses called it “reference point

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Play Back (Rod Morgenstein) Displacement – 1716 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you’ve got some musical backgrounds based on patterns of the great drummer Rod Morgenstein. As you may well have noticed, this pattern was conceived for the use of a double bass drum.   Commentary:  

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4/4 Polyrhythm – 1736 – E

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12 November, 2017

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I prepared this base for a demonstration years ago, and the idea was to develop ternary concepts on this binary sequence. This effect usually reminds me of African music. Do not forget Africa!! For us, it’s almost a motherland.   Commentary:  

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15/4 Amalgam – 1710 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Up to this section, we have been working at 4/4. From now on, we shall go on to other measures. There is a method of Bob Moses’s which I have found extremely useful for an understanding of this kind of measures: Bob Moses called it “reference point

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17/8 Amalgam – 1711 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Up to this section, we have been working at 4/4. From now on, we shall go on to other measures. There is a method of Bob Moses’s which I have found extremely useful for an understanding of this kind of measures: Bob Moses called it “reference point

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Bembé Polyrhythm – 1701 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Up to this section, we have been working at 4/4. From now on, we shall go on to other measures. There is a method of Bob Moses’s which I have found extremely useful for an understanding of this kind of measures: Bob Moses called it “reference point

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