Samba Drumming Da Go Go...
Now more than ever is the perfect time to get your drum out to play or experiment with a different musical instrument. Don’t have a drum? Get the pots and pans out; boost your creativity with rhythm. There are so many wonderful sounds you can create with cooking utensils.
Fun Samba rhythms that will get you grooving
Learning Samba rhythms are great for increasing rhythmical knowledge and having fun while learning. Not only are there all kinds of stick drums, there are some great hand drums to play and create rhythms with.
In this play-along song I wrote, recorded and produced called ‘Samba Da Go Go’, is a great way to really stimulate rhythmical creativity due to all the percussion parts that are included.
** A Gift from me to you** You can download Samba Drumming for free and play-along to the track and boost listening skills, technique, timing and groove.
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Continue your learning experience with my free djembe drumming PDF
A little gift for you as you continue to build your djembe drumming skills.
I want to help you out as much as I can so I’ve added some great hand drum beats for beginners and ensemble drums that accompany the djembe, called 7 Easy Steps to Develop Rhythm, Technique, Timing and Feel ebook. It’s filled with lots of tips on technique and how to improve your timing and feel, to really take your playing to the next level.
This is my gift to you and something that can accompany you on your drumming journey.
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