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Bomba “Yubá” 6/8 – 8043 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Interesting variation from the Bomba family, the Yubá, a 6/8 pattern. Giovanni shows you at a slow tempo the following beats: Bass, Slap, Finger, Open and how he places his hands.   Commentary: The Cepeda family played with the three beats……

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Bomba “Holandé” – 8044 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Another interesting variation from the Bomba family, the Holandé, a 4/4 pattern. Giovanni shows you two exercises, one of which has some variations of Bass, Slap, Finger and Open beats. He also shows you how he places his hands.   Commentary: A fourth ve

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Plena with Syncopation – 8048 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Another interesting variation of the Plena, with syncopation, 4/4 pattern. Giovanni shows you one version with some variations of Bass, Slap, Finger and Open beats on the Conga and the Tumbadora.   Commentary: A third variation, that’s with another

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A Caballo (2 Congas) – 8051 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Two interesting exercises based on the “A Caballo” pattern. Using Fingers, Open and Slap beats on the Conga and the Tumbadora. As you will see, Giovanni enters with an anacrusis, and the hands combinations are RLRL.   Commentary: Now, we go to

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Guaguancó C ( Puerto Rico style) – 8018 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Giovanni Hidalgo shows you the Guaguancó pattern in the Puerto Rico style. You have to play this pattern with eighth notes, and you have Open, Slap, etc… beats. You only work with the Tumbadora in order to understand step by step how to play this patter

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Guaguancó D (2 Congas) – 8019 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have an interesting exercise based on the Guaguancó pattern with eighth notes, and Open, Slap, etc.. beats. You take a step forward and start working with the Conga and the Tumbadora.   Commentary: Now we introduce the Llamador to play with two

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Bolero C (2 Congas) – 8028 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have another exercise with two combinations based on the Bolero pattern. In both there is the Open, Slap beats with eighth notes. You will start to work with the Conga and the Tumbadora.   Commentary: Then in those early days, they added a second

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Bolero D (3 Congas) – 8029 – E

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12 November, 2017

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A very interesting exercise based on the Bolero pattern with eighth and sixteenth notes where you have the Open, Slap and Palm. Here you find two combinations for fast and slow tempos. You go on working with the Conga and the Tumbadora.   Commentary: Now

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Charanga B (2 Congas) – 8032 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here there is another exercise with variations based on the Charanga pattern, using the Open and Slap beats with eighth. This pattern is applied on Conga and Tumbadora.   Commentary: Eventually, for the Charanga came another addition, that was the Tumbado

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Songo B “Changuito & Yulo Style” (2 Congas) – 8034 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Your second exercise to master the Songo pattern. Always working with eighth notes on the Tumbadora and the Conga. Using Open, Bass, Slap and Fingers beats. Notice how Giovanni combines hands using combinations from the Rudiments technique for Snare.   Co

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