Ethnic Percussion

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  • Caxixando
    Caxixando $12.00 Add To Cart
    Caxixando is a short solo for a pair of caxixis, which are instruments typical of northeast Brazil. The title is a respelling of the word coshishando, which refers to a whispering type of conversation usually associated with...
  • Conga Mix
    Conga Mix $35.00 Add To Cart
    Traditional Latin rhythms comprise this ostinato-based piece. Player 1 acts as a soloist throughout, though the other players have improvisation opportunities as well. Includes CD accompaniment.Genre: Percussion Solo or Trio...
  • Fartura
    Fartura $12.00 Add To Cart
    Based on a Brazilian poem, Fartura is a challenging work for ethnic percussion that utilizes many indigenous rhythms of Brazil. The work requires a greal deal of independence between all four limbs as well as your singing...
  • Portraits from a City Window
    Portraits from a City Window $20.00 Add To Cart
    As implied by the title, Portraits from a City Window explored four different scenes one may observe from such an angle. “Morning Light” represents the beauty of a sunrise over skyscrapers, while “Rush...
  • Take a Seat
    Take a Seat $20.00 Add To Cart
    With an impressive history spanning several centuries, the cajon has become even more popular in the last decade as a portable “drumset in a box” used in pop, rock, and country music, Broadway shows, and...
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