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Tumbao is the basic Latin music rhythm pattern for dance music. Learn how to play tumbao Latin music rhythms with tips from a professional conga drum player in this free music lesson video. Expert: Johnny Conga Contact: www.myspace.com/jcjohnnyconga Bio: Johnny Conga has been performing on the conga drum for over 40 years. Filmmaker: Curtis Enlow
This is the first rhythm taught in the video "Bongo Grooves for Beginners" by Alan Dworsky, available as a download or a DVD at http://www.dancinghands.com. Designed for the first-time hand drummer, the video teaches fun, funky grooves--including The Habanera, Calypso, Tumbao, Bombo, and the Backbeat Groove--that fit with all kinds of music. The video features clear, step-by-step instruction, a non-traditional approach, techniques that are easy on your hands, play-along tracks, a PDF file with charts of all the patterns, tips on tuning and how to hold the bongos, and examples of how to use the grooves to play along with recorded music or jam with your friends.
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This Free lesson is for the beginner. I will go threw a few exercises that help you to move around the drum with a bit of practice.
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The first of several dholak lessons for free.