This is just an extract of the instructional book by Laurent Lamy: 7 patterns. The original version contains text with instruction on how to perform the rhythms and the audio files!! Contact the author for more info or visit the store.
by Laurent Lamy
Thank to the author this score is also available into the InstrumentBook where you can find other stuff for this instrument: click here.
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Gumbo is a rhythm for timbales from the New Orleans area and is usaly played with drumset, conga and timbales. A good example of Gumbo music is the Neville Brotheres: http://www.nevilles.com/
By Christian Velasquez
Patterns for timbale: rhythm originated from the montuno section of the danzon (Orquestas Tipicas). The name Cha Cha Cha derives from the sound of the feet in the dance. Cuba 1951, by Enrique Jorrin with his first cha cha cha "La Enganadora".
GENERAL INFO To sound right the pandeiro has to be tuned very lov. I like to play this rhythm along with "Here with me" by Dido from where the song takes off (1:20 into the song).
ORIGIN Marcos Suzano
RHYTHM INFO This is a double-time-jungle-thingy that goes well with certain spacy slow tempo music. The tempo has to be slow because of the fast double-time beats. I like to play alternating basic rhythm and 3rd. variation. In the soundfile I play 2x basic + 2x the last variation. Each variation presents one idea in different part of the rhythm but they can be combined to form new variations.