By Manny Patiño, Jorge Moreno
This ebook may also help any musician release the secrets and techniques of the Afro-Cuban rhythmic suppose. through essentially demonstrating the underlying development referred to as the Clave and the comping styles referred to as Tumbaos that are performed over the Clave, this e-book can assist each bass participant examine those primary Latin rhythms. (Matching keyboard ebook (EL9706CD) additionally available.)
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