Brazilian Rhythms for Drumset
A solid and extremely valuable guide to applying traditional Brazilian rhythms to drumset. It delves into the complexities of Brazilian rhythms and also helps explain the background and influences of the rich musical history of Brazil. Includes samba, partito alto, bossa nova, baiao, caterete, maracatu, marcha, and frevo.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
SECTION ONE SAMBA
SECTION TWO BOSSA NOVA
SECTION FOUR MARACATU
Afoxe Afro-Brazilian ago-go bells Antonio Carlos Jobim Bahia baiao bars of basic basic bass drum basic partido alto bass drum pattern batucada batuque bossa nova Bossa nova pattern Brazilian music Broken paradiddle brush pattern caixa Candomble capoeira Caribbean carnaval Caxixi cuica cymbal and snare different bass drum drum and hi-hat drumset Duduka Da Fonseca eighth-notes Escola De Samba Exercise 12 four bars frevo ganza Gilberto hi-hat pattern hi-hat variations high surdo jazz Joao jongo last sixteenth-note low surdo note maracatu marcha maxixe melody middle and low Music of Brazil musicians open the hi-hat pandeiro paradiddle partido alto percussion instruments Portuguese quarter-notes Reverse pattern Ride cymbal pattern right hand plays Rio de Janeiro Samba cruzado—Variation samba pattern samba schools second sixteenth-note sixteenth-note sixteenth-note of beat Snare drum pattern snare drum rim sticking syncopated tamborim tamborim pattern tape traditions Trio da Paz upbeats X X X X X Yoruba zabumba