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By Luiz Roberto Sampaio Text & DVD in English and Portuguese 'Drums of Brazil – Book 1'... more

Tambores do Brasil - Bernuncia

item number: A871010
available as: book & download link
content: coordination, different styles, independence, polyrhythmics, Samba de Mesa
for instruments: percussion misc.
weight (net): 0,6 kg

By Luiz Roberto Sampaio

Text & DVD in English and Portuguese

'Drums of Brazil – Book 1' focuses on the study of the instruments rebolo, repique de mão, tantan and multiple percussion - the combination of percussion instruments. The method implements exercises in hand coordination and independence, in order to develop the abilities required by these instruments.

To diversify and facilitate learning, it is suggested the use of a 'rods' type drumstick, attached across the body of the instrument. This allows the development of certain abilities and techniques never before explored on such instruments. We name this effect 'Rebolo de Esteira' or 'TanTan de Esteira', because it evokes the sound of the snare coils on a Snare Drum. Note that the repique de mão does not permit this technique. The 'rods' type drumstick attachment is merely a suggestion; one may enjoy the book without it.

The Multiple Percussion combination of instruments is made possible due to practical and contemporary musical syntax. The percussion student may try the mixing of instruments such as caxixi and tantan, agogô and atabaque, or one of the many combinations possible in percussion, or even in established configurations such as a pair of Congas or even a full drum kit.

An array of varied exercises is offered, with special attention given to hand coordination and independence, besides accents, subdivisions and polyrhythms. There is also a challenging exercise in alternating dynamics for the hands, which sharpens the student’s technique.

To bring along your development with the instrument, the book covers a good portion of Brazil’s varied rhythms such as Afoxé and Baião, besides the obvious Samba and Bossa Nova, as well as composite and irregular rhythms. To clarify eventual doubts, some exercises and rhythm samples taken from the book are available as videos on YouTube.

69 pages

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19 Feb 2019

Excellent, recu comme demandé

24 Jan 2018

Il faut du temps pour voir une méthode, à suivre

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