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Guaguancó H (3 Congas) – 8023 – E

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12 November, 2017

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No description.   Commentary: Now we are going to add the Quinto, to do the job of three persons. That’s the Guaguancó with three congas, the first step does like this, 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4,…. Second step, second variation of Guaguancó with three con

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Guaguancó I (3 Congas) – 8024 – E

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12 November, 2017

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No description.   Commentary: A third variation that sounds like the same but has different movements, different accents. The third variation, you can do this, 1, 2, 1, 2, 3, 4…. A fourth variation, you do, you can do , 1, 2, 3, 4….  

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Guaguancó (Demo) – 8025 – E

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12 November, 2017

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No description.   Commentary: Now, when you try to put some colors, to improvise at the same time but easy, step by step, you can do…… And that’s how it sounds when you try to do a groove for a group, the orchestra, it depends (on) the t

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Bolero E (3 Congas) – 8030 – E

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12 November, 2017

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The last exercise of the Bolero pattern, with combinations of eighth and sixteenth notes and different variations, where you have Palm, Open and Slap. You go on working with the Conga, the Tumbadora and the Quinto.   Commentary: On Boleros, you can play t

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Double stroke “Mamandari” – 8005 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Giovanni Hidalgo explains one of the most surprising techniques that he masters on the instrument: the double roll with each hand, which drummers do with their sticks.   Commentary: 1, 2, 3, 4………. Even if you do the same thing, remember that you can pu

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Double stroke “Giovanni Style” – 8006 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Once you are comfortable with exercise 005, you should proceed to this step. Here, Giovanni shows you the way he adapts the double stroke roll with each hand on congas. A technique that he adapted from Indian percussionists who play Tablas.   Commentary:

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Son Montuno C (3 Congas) – 8015 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here, you have the last exercise with two combinations based on the Son Montuno pattern, with eighth notes, there are two combinations in which you have the Open, Slap beats. Here you take a step forward and begin to work with the Conga, the Tumbadora and the

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