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Songo (B) with Clave on the left foot cowbell – 5106 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have another version of the “Songo” pattern, with a variation where Horacio shows us how to apply the Cowbell with the Right hand and the Clave with the Left foot in the Foot Cowbell while the Left hand plays Snare and Toms.   Comment

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Guaguancó – 5107 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio shows you how to apply the “Guaguancó” pattern. Here you have a demonstration of how he applies all his independence technique, with “Cáscara” in Right hand in Wood Block, Clave in left foot (Foot Cowbell), “Tumbao”

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Mozambique – 5109 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Horacio shows you how to play the “Mozambique” pattern. Right hand plays “Cáscara” in Cowbell, Left foot plays Clave in Foot Cowbell, Bass Drum with “Tumbao” and Left Hand orchestrates in the Drum Kit.   Commentary: Mo

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Bembé (B) – 5112 – E

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12 November, 2017

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This is a demonstration of how Horacio applies all his technique in the Bembé pattern. There he combines his Right Hand playing Cáscara in Cowbell, his Left Foot plays dotted Quarter Notes combining Hihat with Foot Cowbell and he also introduces Double Bassd

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Command of the instrument: Solo – 5114 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Left Hand (L) and Bass Drum (B) play BLBL-LBLB – 5098 – E

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12 November, 2017

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In these exercises, while our Right Hand plays the “Cáscara” and our left foot plays the “Clave” in the foot cowbell we will apply the “Stick Control” combinations method playing with the Left Hand in the Snare (I) and the

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Mambo (B) with Clave on the left foot cowbell – 5104 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Here you have Horacio’s 2nd variation with the Mambo pattern (very used in Latin Jazz): right Hand plays Cáscara in cymbals, Left Hand orchestrates in Toms and Snare in addition to Hihat and Bass Drum.   Commentary: This also can be used on the Mam

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Bass Drum play the 1st and 2nd sixteenth Note – 5064 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Until now we have worked with 1 stroke, now we will work with 2 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 Clave with the F

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Bass Drum play the 2nd and 3rd sixteenth Note – 5065 – E

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12 November, 2017

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Until now we have worked with 1 stroke, now we will work with 2 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 Clave with the F

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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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