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onlinepandeiro UNIT II - Rhythms - Sergio Krakowski
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Rhythms - Sergio Krakowski online Pandeiro course for streaming (no download) - Part II
Course language - English
UNIT II - Rhythms
This UNIT is dedicated to Brazilian rhythms. You'll learn how to play Ijexá, Maxixe, Xote, Côco and three different Maracatú grooves. You'll also learn about the concept of inversion that will broaden your abilities on the Pandeiro.
Lesson 1 (11 min): Click here to watch for FREE! You'll learn how to play the Ijexá, Maxixe and Xote rhythms!
Lesson 2 (12 min): In this lesson we introduce one of the most important concepts called inversion of a pattern. We apply this to Ijexá and understand how to invert rhythms without stopping the groove.
Lesson 3 (8 min): We introduce the Côco and Xaxado, two very important grooves from the Northeast of Brasil.
Lesson 4 (10 min): In this lesson we teach three different Maracatú rhythmic patterns, also known as Baques.
Lesson 5 (9 min): We wrap up this UNIT by teaching Frevo and Arrasta-pé, two upbeat grooves.
Click here to see the teaser clip.
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Brand description "Sergio Krakowski"
Sergio Krakowski is an internationally renowned pandeiro player with outstanding online video courses for panderio. Sergio's connection to the pandeiro started quite early when he was only 13 years old. He learnt a very simple version of the Samba groove with his brother. After listening to the music of two pandeiro players, Jorginho do Pandeiro and Marcos Suzano, they became his main reference. Listening to Suzano and getting in touch with a few students of his was the first step towards his becoming a pandeiro player himself.
He developed his own techniques which are based on Suzano's and Jorginho's work but have a few elements that are different. More than the importance of these details, he believes the most valuable part of his work is the philosophy behind the technique. The idea that we can create balance by generating a physical binary flow with our left hand and freely choose which note to play with our right hand. The reason, freedom matters so much to him is because his focus in improvising on the pandeiro.
Sergio's whole musical career developed around this idea of freedom and improvisation. His compositions, performances and productions are built around this central spot. The pandeiro can allow the same level of expressiveness as a drum kit or any other musical instrument. He has taught pandeiro playing since the age of 19 and developed a curriculum that allows any student to learn from scratch how to do the most advanced things using the pandeiro.