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Publisher: Dancing Hands Music
Dworsky, Alan, Sansby, Betsy
All you need is one drum. It can be a Djembe, a conga, or anything else you can get both your hands on. Whether your goal is to play in a band, jam in the park, or just drum along with your favorite CD's, this book will show you how, step by step. This book is filled with great dance grooves. Many of them are adapted from drumset patterns used in rock, pop, and funk music. Others are based on traditional African or Afro-Cuban rhythms. You can play all these grooves in a wide variety of musical styles and settings, and you can hear how each one sounds on the CD that comes with the book.Dworsky, Alan is the author of 'Hip Grooves for Hand Drums How to Play Funk, Rock & World-Beat Patterns on Any Drum' with ISBN 9780963880154 and ISBN 0963880152.
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