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All About Hand Percussion



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All About Hand Percussion
Everything You Need to Know to Start Playing Now
Alfred's World Percussion Series
By Kalani
Book and audio/video CD
68 pages

This book contains an overview of 47 instruments, rhythm patterns and playing techniques, pronunciation guide, assessment tools and an audio/video CD. The contents give brief history and overview, construction (where applicable), techniques, and musical applications. The enhanced CD shows Kalani playing each instrument. The rhythm pattern for each instrument is given in the book.

Practice Tips
Percussion Actions and Skills
Percussion Actions
   Percussion Skills
   Percussion Techniques
   Benefits of using KPAS
Metal - Cowbell, Agogo, Gankogui, Triangle, Sistrum and Jingle Stick, Tambourine, Sleigh Bells,
Gongs, Singing Bowl, Bell Tree, Finger Cymbals, Tibetan Bells, Mark Tree, Wind Chimes,       Kalimba (Mbira), Flexatone, Spoons
Wood - Woodblock, Two-Tone Block, Temple Blocks, Frog Rasper, Claves, Castanets, Bones,   Log Drum (Krin), Tongue Drum, Clapper Sticks, Ka'eke'eke (Stamping Tubes)
Shakers, Rattles & Scrapers - Shaker, Maracas (Rattle), Axatse (Rattle), Shekere, Caxixi and   Seke-Seke, Cabasa (Afuche), Ratchet (Cog Rattle), Dress Rattles, Guiro, Guira, Reco-Reco,     Pu'ili Sticks, Binzasara, Vibraslap
Other Worldly Sounds - Rain Stick, Ipu (Ipu-Heke), Udu, Berimbau, Whistles
   Tools of the "Played"
   Assessment Tools
   Instrument Icons
   Assessment Answers


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