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Cajon Method and other percussions. Latino

Cajon Method and other percussions. Latino

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Study of the cajon as an alternative and complement of drums because of the similarity of its sound with the bass drum and the drum.All the technique, basic patterns and variants accompanied by music and other percussions. Themes will be completed applying all the subjects studied. There are many video and audio options available.


Dany Moreno propouse the cajon as an alternative and complement of a drum kit, dose not want the cajon to be a substitute but an alternative for the performances in small venues where using the drums becomes a problem of room. Besides we can take advantage of the similar low-high sound that shares the cajon's with the drum and the bass drum.


The method consists in a DVD + a book and it´s structured in three parts: 


1 .- Cajon Technique and exercises

2 .- Study of the patterns and variations of styles from Bolero, Cha Cha Cha, Songo, Afro, Guaguanco, Merengue, Reggae, Samba, Reggaeton. 

3 .- Musical themes mixing all patterns studied


In each part there are multiple video and audio options, showing in detail all percussion instruments used and the choice of audio depending on the instrument you want to follow, or the combination of them all. 


DVD/Book Contents:


TECHNICAL EXERCISES 

This series of technical exercises will allow the pupil making his hands independent of each other. Besides, in the movements we will begin using the HIT-HAT with the left foot. 


KINDS OF STROKES 
 

Grave strokes with the right hand

Grave strokes with the left hand

Acute strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand 


PROGRESSIONS 
 

Grave strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand

Acute strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand

Grave strokes with alternate hands

Acute strokes with alternate hands 


SIMULTANEOUS STROKES 
 

TRILLS OF A NOTE 


Trills of a right note

Trills of a left note 
 

TRILLS OF TWO NOTES 
 

Trills of two notes. Legatos right hand

Trills of two notes . Legatos left hand

Trills of two notes . Staccatos right hand

Trills of two notes . Staccatos left hand 


MOVEMENTS 
 

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing quavers

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers backbeat

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing quavers

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers 
 

CONSTANT DEVELOPMENT IN SEMIQUAVERS 
 

Continued development in semiquavers, starting with the right hand

Continued development in semiquavers, starting with the left hand 


Bolero, Cha Cha Cha, Songo, Afro, Guaguanco, Merengue, Reggae, Samba, Reggaeton for each of these styles is studied in detail:


- Basic pattern, only cajon, and adding the hit-hat with the left foot.

- Basic patter + HIT-HAT, and adding the tambourine 

- Pattern variant with all precussion elements
 

THEMES 


Hasta San Cristóbal (6/8 Afrocubano / Samba / Guaguancó) 

1ª part based on 6/8 Afrocubano style

2ª part based on Samba style

3ª part based on Guaguancó style

Pá Violeta (Cha-cha-cha / Bolero / Songo) 

1ª part based on Cha-cha-cha style

2ª part based on Bolero style, simulating the maracas sound on the lateral wood of the cajon. 

3ª part based on Songo style


Languages:Español, English, Français, German, Japanese. Italiano 

Systems: PAL and NTSC.


 

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Study of the cajon as an alternative and complement of drums because of the similarity of its sound with the bass drum and the drum.All the technique, basic patterns and variants accompanied by music and other percussions. Themes will be completed applying all the subjects studied. There are many video and audio options available.


Dany Moreno propouse the cajon as an alternative and complement of a drum kit, dose not want the cajon to be a substitute but an alternative for the performances in small venues where using the drums becomes a problem of room. Besides we can take advantage of the similar low-high sound that shares the cajon's with the drum and the bass drum.


The method consists in a DVD + a book and it´s structured in three parts: 


1 .- Cajon Technique and exercises

2 .- Study of the patterns and variations of styles from Bolero, Cha Cha Cha, Songo, Afro, Guaguanco, Merengue, Reggae, Samba, Reggaeton. 

3 .- Musical themes mixing all patterns studied


In each part there are multiple video and audio options, showing in detail all percussion instruments used and the choice of audio depending on the instrument you want to follow, or the combination of them all. 


DVD/Book Contents:


TECHNICAL EXERCISES 

This series of technical exercises will allow the pupil making his hands independent of each other. Besides, in the movements we will begin using the HIT-HAT with the left foot. 


KINDS OF STROKES 
 

Grave strokes with the right hand

Grave strokes with the left hand

Acute strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand 


PROGRESSIONS 
 

Grave strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand

Acute strokes with the right hand

Acute strokes with the left hand

Grave strokes with alternate hands

Acute strokes with alternate hands 


SIMULTANEOUS STROKES 
 

TRILLS OF A NOTE 


Trills of a right note

Trills of a left note 
 

TRILLS OF TWO NOTES 
 

Trills of two notes. Legatos right hand

Trills of two notes . Legatos left hand

Trills of two notes . Staccatos right hand

Trills of two notes . Staccatos left hand 


MOVEMENTS 
 

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Grave strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing quavers

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers backbeat

Grave strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Acute strokes with the right. Hit-hat playing quavers

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing crotchets

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing backbeat quavers

Acute strokes with the left. Hit-hat playing quavers 
 

CONSTANT DEVELOPMENT IN SEMIQUAVERS 
 

Continued development in semiquavers, starting with the right hand

Continued development in semiquavers, starting with the left hand 


Bolero, Cha Cha Cha, Songo, Afro, Guaguanco, Merengue, Reggae, Samba, Reggaeton for each of these styles is studied in detail:


- Basic pattern, only cajon, and adding the hit-hat with the left foot.

- Basic patter + HIT-HAT, and adding the tambourine 

- Pattern variant with all precussion elements
 

THEMES 


Hasta San Cristóbal (6/8 Afrocubano / Samba / Guaguancó) 

1ª part based on 6/8 Afrocubano style

2ª part based on Samba style

3ª part based on Guaguancó style

Pá Violeta (Cha-cha-cha / Bolero / Songo) 

1ª part based on Cha-cha-cha style

2ª part based on Bolero style, simulating the maracas sound on the lateral wood of the cajon. 

3ª part based on Songo style


Languages:Español, English, Français, German, Japanese. Italiano 

Systems: PAL and NTSC.


 

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