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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.
Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN In tonight's edition: a new report says the Congolese army worked with militia groups to massacre hundreds of villagers in Beni; Kinshasa opens an inquiry into the killing of dozens of Burundian refugees; and students in Abidjan protest over a hike in tuition fees. The Congolese army worked with militia groups to massacre hundreds of villagers - that's the claim of a new report into the bloodshed in the region of Beni in DR Congo. It alleges a complex collaboration between commanders and warlords in a struggle for power that cost civilians their lives. Meanwhile, authorities in DR Congo open an inquiry into the killing of dozens of Burundian refugees. At least 3...
Drum teacher Jason Horsler summarizes the beats he teaches his groups of wider opportunities pupils. Disclaimer: The drum beats in this video are only parts of what are traditionally multilayered pieces of music. Some have been slightly simplified for beginners/classes of children. If you want to study african drumming properly, you will need to work with a local teacher. please excuse the slight distortion on the bass stroke. My drum has such a deep bass it was causing the light fixtures to vibrate! visit http://jasonhorsler.tripod.com/ for more drumming goodies as well as weird things such as the hardest maze on the internet, my poetry, paintings, tsunami art, photography and games.
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.
Carlos displays some advanced techniques on the congas.
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DVD tuition: How to play congolese solo guitar by Dodoli
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe The series kicks off with a vivid adventure, as Emeka Okereke leads a busload of artists and photographers for the Invisible Borders road trip of a lifetime as they search for new ways to portray their continent and explore their art. "A photograph is a window, and not the view. Don't photograph what you see, photograph what you feel," says Emeka. It is something he will try and teach young photographer Lilian Novo, for whom the trip is a first attempt at art photography. The group set off from Lagos and head overland to the Democratic Republic of Congo in a minivan, but soon discover that driving across Africa during rainy season presents environmental, psychological and bureaucratic c...
Botswana, who battle against dangerous weather and wildlife as they seek to prove their worth as aviators to the airlines they hope will employ them at the end of their training. Hazards include airstrips washed away by rain, giraffes on the runway, releasing leopards into the wild and powerful tropical storms.