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Brazilian Jazz

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Jazz Anywhere Thiago Carmargo

Brazilian Piano Master Class

The Brazilian Piano Master Class will help you to learn the rhythmic and melodic elements of various musical genres from Brazil, and how to apply those elements to the piano. This course will study the pianists who contributed to the development of a “Brazilian piano," analyzing their compositions ...

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Brazilian Rhythms for the Jazz Drummer: Beyond Bossa and Samba

The Brazilian Rhythms for the Jazz Drummer: beyond Bossa and Samba its especially developed to introduce and provide the tools for the drummer to incorporate four Brazilian Rhythms to her/his playing ...

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Jazz Anywhere Kiko Sebrian

Behind Brazilian Drumming

When playing Brazilian music it's important to keep in mind that practically all Brazilian genres have their roots in percussion. From there those rhythms have been spreading out to classical instruments, the drum set, electric guitars, computers, you name it ...

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$150.00

Samba & Beyond

You might know that samba is a Brazilian musical genre and it is one of the most exciting music in the world. Okay! I agree with you! But you might not be aware that samba has several styles. You might not be aware that, beyond expanding your musical boundaries ...

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$150.00

You Too Can Play Brazilian Music

The purpose of this workshop is to expose the students to genres other than Samba and Bossa, broadening their rhythmic vocabulary and understanding of the different aesthetics of Brazilian music. Through audio/video examples, backing tracks, and exercises ...

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$150.00

Colombian Andean Jazz & Beyond

Colombian traditional music has several styles, and nowadays it has become one of the most exciting styles in the world. Learning about it would expand your musical horizons. The course is tailored to  rhythm section players who are interested in taking a deep dive into Colombian music from the Andean Region. Students will explore genres such as Pasillo, Guabina and Bambuco, and be able to play them doing connection with jazz.

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