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Conga And Bongo Drum In Jazz

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COMPOSER: Trevor Salloum
AUTHOR: Trevor Salloum
PUBLISHER: Mel Bay Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Tutor
Learn how to play the Conga and Bongo Drums in Jazz. This book by Trevor Salloum is the very first to be published on this subject and provides an essential tool for band teachers and drummers playing Latin Percussionin jazz with special emphasis on swing. The Conga And Bongo Drum In Jazz
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Composer Trevor Salloum
Author Trevor Salloum
Publisher Mel Bay Publications
Instrumentation Congas or Bongos
Difficulty Intermediate
Product Format Instrumental Tutor
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Studies & Exercises
Grade of Difficulty 3
Style Jazz
ISBN 9780786698028
No. MB30512
Number of pages 96
Text language English
Description

Learn how to play the Conga and Bongo Drums in Jazz. This book by Trevor Salloum is the very first to be published on this subject and provides an essential tool for band teachers and drummers playing Latin Percussionin jazz with special emphasis on swing.

The Conga And Bongo Drum In Jazz includes chapters on history, tuning, position/posture, notation, strokes, rhythms and more. Complete with photos, interviews, musictranscriptions and video links, this much-needed text fills a niche in the application of the Conga and Bongo Drums in jazz.

Special features include archival photos, a rare interview with legendary jazz guitarist KennyBurrell, online companion video with Candido and Bobby Sanabria and the most comprehensive discography ever compiled on the use of Conga and Bongo Drums in jazz with over 100 listings and commentary including Candido, RayBarretto, Armando Peraza, Willie Bobo, Luis Miranda, Patato Valdez, Willie Rodriguez and many more.

Song List
  • 1. Dedication
  • 2. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  • 3. About the Editor
  • 4. introduction
  • 5. Acknowledgments
  • 6. Web Resources
  • 7. Endorsements
  • 8. Publications by the Author
  • 9. HISTORY
  • 10. Current Use
  • 11. Music Notation
  • 12. Music Terminology
  • 13. Notation Key
  • 14. CONGA
  • 15. Description
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