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1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Eighth Note of the Triplet – 5036 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Working with a ternary concept (Triplets). Your left hand plays the Clave in the Wood Block, the right hand will play the Triplets, to reach the independence of your hands (it is important that you sing the subdivisions like Horacio does). This video consists

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Demo with Triplets and Sixteenth Notes – 5037 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have a demonstration of how and for what reason all these combinations are used. You will be able to understand all of Horacio’s work system. As he says: “it is important not to jump the steps since they are fundamental to master the syste

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Simple Mambo (A) with Clave – 5103 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio shows you how to apply the Mambo pattern: right Hand plays Cáscara in cymbals, Left Hand orchestrates in Toms and Snare in addition to Hihat and Bass Drum.   Commentary: The Mambo, as the name itself says, is a rhythm born with the Mambo era, it

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Salsa – 5108 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have the “Salsa” pattern. Your Right hand plays Cowbell with a pattern of 1 Eighth Note and 2 Sixteenth notes, Left Hand plays a “Cáscara”, Left foot plays Clave with Foot Cowbell and BassDrum plays inside the pattern.  

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Conga – 5110 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio shows you how to apply the “Conga” pattern: your Right hand plays “Cáscara” using two Cowbells, Left Foot plays Clave (2:3) in Foot Cowbell, Bass Drum with “Tumbao” of Baião and Left Hand Orchestrates on the Drum K

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Rhythm Language with 2 hands – 1 Stroke L-R – 5072 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In these exercises we will apply the “Stick Control” combinations method . While our left foot plays the Clave in the foot cowbell our Bass Drum will play the “Tumbao” of Guaguancó. Our hands play Sixteenth notes in the Snare with the

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Rhythm Language with 2 hands – 2 Strokes RR-LL – 5073 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In these exercises we will apply the “Stick Control” combinations method . While our left foot plays the Clave in the foot cowbell our Bass Drum will play the “Tumbao” of Guaguancó. Our hands play Sixteenth notes in the Snare with the

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Rhythm Language with 2 hands – 2 Strokes LL-RR – 5074 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In these exercises we will apply the “Stick Control” combinations method . While our left foot plays the Clave in the foot cowbell our Bass Drum will play the “Tumbao” of Guaguancó. Our hands play Sixteenth notes in the Snare with the

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Variations on Cha-Cha-Chá – 5102 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have Horacio’s variation on the pattern of Cha-Cha-Chá, with a combination where he uses the Left foot with cowbell and Hihat, and very interesting orchestrations in the drum kit.   Commentary: There are many, many different ways to play t

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Bass Drum play the 11th Sixteenth Note of the bar – 5059 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In these exercises while your right hand plays the Cáscara in Wood Block, your other hand plays quarter notes in snare, your right foot plays the Clave with the Foot Cowbell and the BassDrum plays the 12nd Sixteenth note of the bar.   Commentary: Twelve.

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