Drum Circle: A Guide to World Percussion
Finally, a book no percussionist should be without! This unique guide to world percussion covers 28 different instruments with descriptions and performance techniques. Exercises and traditional rhythms are illustrated in both traditional music notation and time-box notation. With information on several different cultures and six unique compositions, Drum Circle: A Guide to World Percussion is the definitive guide to getting you started with your own drum circle.
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8th-note count Agogo bass tone beads Bells Rhythm Variable Berimbau bodhran Brazilian cabasa caxixi Closed Tone Conga Drums Conga Drums Shekere Cowbell cuica cultures Djembe djun djun dominant hand Doumbek downstroke Drum Cowbell Tamb Drum F. D. w/jingles drumhead drumming ensemble Drums Shekere Timbau Exercises and Traditional Frame Drum Ganza gourd Guide to World guiro index finger J J J J jingles Large Surdo Medium Lead Drum Cowbell mallet Maracas Medium Surdo Conga muffled tone Mute tone open tone palm pandeiro percussion ensemble percussion instruments Performance Technique performer's player Playing Position rebound repinique Rhythm Variable Pitch rhythmic patterns rim shot riqq samba Shekere Shekere Timbau Lead shell slap tone snare drum sound stick strike the drum stroke style Surdo Conga Drums Surdo Medium Surdo tamborim tambourine tan-tan thumb Timbau Lead Drum tones are produced Track Traditional Rhythms Exercise triangle Tuning upstroke weak hand World Percussion wrist XXXX XXXX XXXX