Featuring nine pieces, each playable on cajons, congas, djembes, or any combination of the three, All Hands on Deck is a flexible collection of hand drum ensembles that is ideal for many different
An American Approach to World Percussion offers Western-trained percussionists a systematic approach from which to draw on their experience as drumset players and rudimental performers and apply
Learn to play djembe! This hands-on workshop will help you produce a good sound, play with healthy technique, and learn the essential concepts, sounds, and rhythms of West African djembe drumming. Extensive
Imagine a collection of ten easy to intermediate Cajon duets wrapped into one colossal book. Well, imagine no more. Here it is!
The Cajon Drummer offers a practical approach for anyone who wants to learn how to play drum-set grooves on the cajon. The cajon has become a staple on the concert stage, often accompanying singers
This beginner's guide for anyone learning to play the cajon takes you through the basics of the instrument and its techniques, with dozens of exercises and over 30 grooves from many genres including rock,
The Hal Leonard Djembe Method is for anyone learning to play the djembe. This beginner's guide takes you through the basics of the instrument and its techniques. The accompanying videos include
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The result of a long study in the art of percussion, here you will find a natural learning path guiding the reader step by step, beginning with basic techniques and arriving at an advanced level. It's ideal
This solo for hand percussion and electronics features a collection of African instruments like as udu drums, shakers, wooden guiros, kalimba, and djembe. In traditional African drumming, each of these
Piece for Ghana is written for 5 Djembes, however, you may substitute other drums as needed. This piece is intended to introduce players to djembe playing techniques. There is a description of
As with any instrument, the best way to start is by exploring the different sounds and effects that are possible. Take a Seat helps you do just that with the cajon! After a little improvisation and
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