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Tumbao Pa Mi Timbal - Various - High Fidelity Reference CD No. 59

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Label: High Fidelity Magazine - FAM CD 59 2001 • Series: High Fidelity Reference CD - 59 • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: Denmark • Genre: Rock, Blues, Classical, Folk, World, & Country •
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This is particularly true when using the terms Punk Rock Stars (Reel Mix) - The Art Attacks - Outrage & Horror, guaracha, mambo, son montuno, etc. For example, the term mambo can mean a dance style, a rhythm, a section of a tune, or a style trait such as the mambos of Perez Prado, as opposed to a mambo played by Tito Puente.

The guaracha and mambo are generally played faster than a son montuno and have a more aggressive quality. However, they can all use the same rhythm pattern and variations. The way to differentiate these style characteristics is by listening to the music. A list of recommended listening is included at the end of this section.

The paila sound playing on the sides of the shell is usually Kim Ono - Big In Japan when the singer is singing the lyrics.

When the tune reaches the chorus or montuno section, the timbale and bongo player go to their bell. The paila is played with the right hand on the shell while the left hand plays a muffled tone on beat two and an open tone on beat four. Diagram A shows Tumbao Pa Mi Timbal - Various - High Fidelity Reference CD No. 59 most common paila pattern used today.

The left hand plays a muffled tone on beat 2, and open tone on beat 4. For variations of theses rhythms, please refer to Diagram B. The paila can also be played with both sticks on the shells. This is sometimes called double paila. The right hand stick is played on the outer side of the right shell. The left hand stick is played on the outer side of the left shell. If you compare the previous patterns with the following, you will notice that the right hand is still playing the same rhythm while the left hand is filling in the holes to make it into a continuous 8th-note pattern.

Diagram C is notation for the next two patterns which make use of the accents with the right-hand. The conga tumbao is the same as the cha cha cha but played faster. As a general rule, stay on one drum while the timbale players plays paila. Please refer to Diagram D. The straight eighth-note pattern on bongos is called martillo. Variations or riffs, sometimes call repiques are played according to the music. Repiques are played in clave. Please refer to Diagram E. Diagram F is the percussion score for the basic son rhythms learned so far; paila on timbales, martillo pattern on bongos, and basic tumbao on congas.

When the band goes to the montuno section, the timbale and bongo player go to the bell. At this point, the conga player goes to two drums. Diagram G shows the most common patterns used in the montuno section. For further information regarding The Art of Playing Timbalesgo to: www. Below is the most common paila pattern used today. Here is the percussion score for the basic son rhythms learned so far; paila on timbales, martillo pattern on bongos, and basic tumbao on congas.

Below are the most common patterns used in the montuno section. LP Timbales. Jam Junior - Ji. Timbale Bag Set. Timbale Basics. Practice these paila variations in and clave. Below is the notation for the next two patterns which make use of the accents with the right hand. The first example shows the martillo followed by ten common repiques played by bongoceros.

Diagram A Below is the most common paila pattern used today. Diagram B Practice these paila variations in and clave. Diagram C Below is the notation for the next two patterns Tumbao Pa Mi Timbal - Various - High Fidelity Reference CD No.

59 make use of the accents with the right hand. Diagram E The first example shows the martillo followed by ten common repiques played by bongoceros. Diagram G When the band goes to the montuno section, the timbale and bongo player go to the bell.


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