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Hand Drums For Beginners

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Rhythm Section
Composer John Marshall
Publisher National Guitar Workshop
Catalog # 19327

Price: $7.50

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Hand Drums For Beginners Composed by John Marshall. For Rhythm Section. Published by National Guitar Workshop. (Catalog # 19327, UPC: 038081177649)

This book teaches everything you need to know to get started playing djembe, c onga, pandeiro, dumbek fram drum and riq. Starting with an introduction to the various families of drums throughout the world and to basic drum notation, th e author takes you from holding each instrument to playing appropriate world r hythms on each. You'll learn about Nigerian Frekoba; West African Djoli; the L atin clave and Samba; Moroccan folk rhythms; Arabic Dawr Hindy and much more! The easy, step-by-step approach will quickly have you playing rhythms from all over the world. A CD demonstrating all the examples and for playing along is available!
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