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Cuba

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Drum Atlas
Catalog # 30307

Price: $16.95

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Cuba For Drum Set. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 30307)

Cuban music is experiencing a surge in international popularity as people from all over the world are drawn to its incredibly catchy rhythms. Musicians know that playing Cuban music requires a relaxed, yet steady, feel for the clave-- -the underlying groove that is not always easy for newcomers to grasp. Drum At las: Cuba will teach you how to internalize the clave and build layer upon lay er of rhythm on that foundation, all the while showing you how to incorporate those infectious Cuban rhythms into your drum playing. Start by adapting tradi tional conga rhythms to the snare drum, then add bass drum, tom-toms, hi-hat, cymbal, and cowbell to the mix. Even if you are not primarily a Cuban-style dr ummer, you?ll find that studying these rhythms will help your sense of syncopa tion and limb indepe
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