By Robert Willey, Alfredo. Cardim
Brazilian Piano teaches parts of a few of the main beautiful Brazilian musical kinds: choro, samba, and bossa nova. It begins with rhythmic education to improve the elemental groove of Brazilian track. subsequent, examples building up a rhythmic and harmonic vocabulary that may be used whilst enjoying the unique songs that persist with. in addition to supplying audio for the examples within the publication, the CD comprises ensemble recordings that let you improvise throughout the center refrain. extra models of the ensemble tunes are integrated at the CD-ROM element of the disc, obtainable through laptop. beneficial properties artist interviews and bios.
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Brazilian Piano - Choro, Samba, and Bossa Nova: Hal Leonard Keyboard Style Series by Robert Willey, Alfredo. Cardim