Brazilian Samba Drumming And Beyond TUTORiAL

Brazilian Samba Drumming TUTORiAL

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The Samba rhythm from a native perspective

What you’ll learn
Learning the foundation of the samba that is played on the percussion instruments
Play the basic patterns on the drums and apply different ideas that goes beyond the traditional patterns
Develop the coordination using exclusive exercicies
Become more creative on the drums and explore different sound textures
Learn to play the samba rhythm in 6 months.

Have a previous experience playing the drums and have basic reading knowledge

In This course I will give you some brief history of the Samba, as well as the basic percussion instruments and it’s basic lines, and how we can apply this patterns into the drums in order to play the samba rhythm in a in depth step by step process. The course was created to teach you how to play the samba rhythm in a more authentic way, and through some new and different exercises I will guide you in order to develop your musical creativity and independence on the drums and help you to develop and improve your improvisational skills on the drums, plus some non traditional ways of playing the samba with some advanced techniques as: Double strokes on the bass drum, and some new hand techniques. The course also offers all the exercises in pdf for download, plus 4 mp3 play along tracks to practice your musicality and a lot of loop tracks to practice with all the exercises in the course. In the course you will also have some examples how to solo using the samba rhythm and how to play to real song structures with a two version play along tracks with and without click helping you to work on your time on the drums.

Section 1: Course Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Percussion instruments and lines

Lecture 2 Full Basic Percussion Line

Lecture 3 The Pandeiro

Lecture 4 The surdo

Lecture 5 The Shaker

Lecture 6 The Tamborim

Lecture 7 The Agogô

Section 3: Setup

Lecture 8 Setup

Section 4: Brief Hisotgry of the Samba

Lecture 9 History

Section 5: Samba Adaptation

Lecture 10 Samba Adaptation n on the Druns

Lecture 11 Tamborim Figures played on the Drums.

Lecture 12 Reading exercise with the Tamborim Figures

Lecture 13 The Agogô Figures applied to the Drums

Lecture 14 The Agogô Patterns Applied to the Toms

Lecture 15 The Agogô Patterns Played on the Snare and Toms Example 2

Lecture 16 Reading Exercice ( Improvisation )on the Snare and toms

Lecture 17 Hi Hat Played with the Left foot

Section 6: The Real Samba Feel on the drums

Lecture 18 The Samba Feel

Lecture 19 The Samba Feel Pattern Orquestrated on the Snare and Toms

Lecture 20 Left Foot Coordination Exercices

Lecture 21 Opening The Hi hat with The Left Foot

Section 7: The Samba Batucada

Lecture 22 Samba Batucada

Lecture 23 Samba Batucada with the Left Foot Added

Section 8: The Samba Cruzado

Lecture 24 Samba Cruzado 1

Lecture 25 Samba Cruzado 2

Lecture 26 Samba Cruzado 3

Lecture 27 Samba Cruzado 4

Section 9: The Samba Telecoteco

Lecture 28 The Telecoteco Patterns Applied to The Samba Drum Pattern

Lecture 29 Ghost Tamborim

Section 10: The Partido Alto

Lecture 30 Partido Alto Groove

Section 11: The Bossa Nova

Lecture 31 The Bossa Nova Groove with sticks and brushes

Section 12: Playing Up Tempo samba With Brushes

Lecture 32 UP Tempo Playing with brushes

Section 13: Closing

Lecture 33 End of the course but not the end of the studies

Section 14: Bonus ( Beyond the Tradition )

Lecture 34 Bass Drum Variations

Lecture 35 Fast Samba 1

Lecture 36 Fast Samba 2

Lecture 37 Stretching The Time

Lecture 38 Double Bass Ideas Applied to the Samba Grooves

Lecture 39 Slow Samba

Lecture 40 Medium Samba

Lecture 41 Partido Alto

Lecture 42 Bossa Nova

Lecture 43 Loop Tracks to Practice

This course was design to intermediate level drummers that would like to learn to play the Brazilian samba on the drums, and for those that already know but need to improve their playing learning from a native perspective.


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