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Poncho Sanchez: Fundamentals of Latin Music for the Rhythm Section
Poncho Sanchez: Fundamentals of Latin Music for the
Learn the rhythms and techniques of Latin music with the Poncho Sanchez Latin Jazz Band. Includes instruction for congas, bongos, timbales, bass, piano and other instruments in the following styles: Mambo, Chachachá, Merengué and Afro-Cuban. 53 minutes.
- Brand: Cherry Lane
- ASIN: B000GAKG0I
- UPC: 073999341850
Latin Percussion M201 LP Matador Wood Bongos - Dark Brown/Chrome
Latin Percussion M201 LP Matador Wood Bongos -
Perfect for the working percussionist looking for a traditional sound and style, with modern construction features for a moderate price. LP Matador will take you and your music a step closer to the big stage.
- Color: Dark Brown
- Brand: Latin Percussion
- ASIN: B001R2IX7C
- UPC: 823951113328
Latin Labor Day
Latin Labor Day, September 1st, 1981 - Restored The Laguna Jazz Festival at the Irvine Bowl. Elvis may have been known as "The King of Rock and Roll," but to fans of Latin music icon, Tito Puente will always be "The King." Puente was responsible for making timbales a respectable solo instrument in Latin dance music and Latin jazz. He was also an accomplished player of the vibraphone, alto sax, bass, piano and drums, as well as an arranger and band leader. Tito always counted dancers as among his most loyal devotees. His Dancemania album has sold over half a million copies since 1957, and four of his over 100 album releases have won Grammy Awards. On November 19, 1996 Puente's contribution to American music was honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp cancellation mark. The following year, Tito received the National Endowment Award from President Clinton. Catch Tito in his best days between recording contracts in 1981, as close to the folks as he ever was. A 74 minute percussion fiesta of nearly forgotten never before published live video captured at the Irvine Bowl during the 1981 Laguna Jazz Festival. The DVD of the concert opens with two pieces of Alex Acuña, drums, Efrain Toro, percussion, Eric Tillman, piano, Larry Klein, bass and Justo Almario, sax; followed by the main eve...
- ASIN: B000GCG9V6
- UPC: 883629039404
Latin Percussion LPA406 Timbale Cowbell 6 7/8 Inch
Latin Percussion LPA406 Timbale Cowbell 6 7/8
LP Aspire Cowbells are a great value with the right sound and style for the intermediate player. Each offers different tones. The convenient wing screw clamping mechanism holds tight to 3/8" diameter mounting rods for secure placement on drum sets or percussion set ups.
- Brand: Latin Percussion
- ASIN: B0002F77OA
- UPC: 731201570152
Tumbao Latin Jazz 2/2 and 6/8 (Without Timbales)
The Essential Tito Puente
The Essential Tito
From Spanish Harlem to San Juan, just say "Tito" and they'll know who you're talkin' about: the King of Mambo! This 40-track set is the perfect Puente primer: his early classics Ran Kan Kan and Pa'los Rumberos ; the all-percussion romp Ti Mon Bo ; songs from his smash Dancemania LP; his version of Oye Como Va , plus Picadillo; 3-D Mambo; Chanchullo , and more.
- Brand: Malibu C
- ASIN: B000A6T2F8
- UPC: 828766924329
LATIN JAZZ with DIEGO GALE
In this video we feature master percussionist Diego Galé demonstrating the Latin Jazz style with him performing all the percussion on the track including congas, timbales, bongos and cowbell. MUSIC BY Diego Galé MUSICIANS: Fredy Galé - Sax Julian Arias - Piano Giovanny Montoya - Bass [Para tien...
TIN TIN TIN DEO ON TIMBALES/LATIN JAZZ PLAY ALONG/6/8 and 2/2 patterns
LATIN JAZZ PLAY ALONG /PLAYBACK FOR TIMBALES Let's play salsa together volume 6 by Guido BROGLE Vol 6 : https://iMusicianDigital.lnk.to/AVkpO link : https://itunes.apple.com/fr/artist/guido-broglé/1192401815 abonnez-vous/suscribirse/subscribe #meinlartist,#meinlfamily, #byzancecymbals,#percu...
Tito Puente - Latin Jazz
Salsa Dura Hungary - http://www.salsadura.hu - kedvenc videók Timbales y Vibrafono: Tito Puente Piano: Hilton Ruiz Congas: Giovanni Hidalgo Saxofón: Mario Rivera: Flauta: Dave Valentín. Bajo (Baby Bass): Joe Santiago