All about Hand Percussion: Everything You Need to Know to Start Playing Now!
In-depth coverage of popular percussion instruments, including history, tuning, maintenance, techniques, exercises, ensembles, and more, from a world-renowned educator and performer, Kalani. This book comes with an enhanced CD featuring additional multimedia content, including demonstrations of all rhythms and techniques.
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