Conversations in clave: the ultimate technical study of four-way independence in Afro-Cuban rhythms
The ultimate technical study of four-way independence based on Afro-Cuban rhythms. This detailed and methodical approach will develop four-limb coordination and expand rhythmic vocabulary. Understanding the clave and the relationship between eighth-note and triplet rhythms will aid in mastering the multiple and complex rhythms of Afro-Cuban styles.
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The Clave Rhythm
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Afro-Cuban music Afro-Cuban rhythms Audio Note basic Bass Drum Hi-Hat Bass Drum Pattern Bell and Clave bell pattern Bembe Bongo Bell cascara Cascara Rhythm Cha Cha Chucho Valdes cises clave rhythm Clave With Bass closed hihat conga cowbell Cuban music cymbal drumset examples the clave exer foot is playing Four-Note Melody Exercises Giovanni Hidalgo Gonzalo Rubalcaba Guaguanco hand plays melody Hi-Hat with Foot hihat Horacio El Negro J J J J Jam Block Karl Perazzo Left hand plays Mambo Bell Melody Exercises continued melody rhythms musical situation One-Note Left-Hand Variations One-Note Variations orchestration ostinato system Paquito D'Rivera percussion instruments played cross-sticked playing the downbeats plays the variations Raul Rekow rhythm is played rhythmic line ride pattern right hand plays Rumba Clave Seven-Note snare drum Songo Steve Turre Technical Exercises tempo Three-Note Melody Exercises Tito Puente Try playing Two-Note Melody Exercises variations played