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Keönch László Farkas: Darbuka 1

Setting: Percussion
Genre: Method, Tutor
Language: Hungarian, English
Grade: 1
Length: 56 pages
Published: March 2014
Publisher: Keönch László Farkas
Item number: KL63
ISMN: 9790801659637
Darbuka I. - which is planned to be part of a series - aims to help with learning to play darbuka. Although darbuka is traditionally a Middle Eastern percussion instrument, it can be heard more and more in different musical contexts (folk music, world music, jazz, contemporary compositions, etc.). The exercises, rhythms and improvisational activities - while based on the tradition of the instrument - try to show you that with proper technical skill and a creative approach, your playing can be utilized in other genres as well.

The music in the book can also be studied via the corresponding videos, freely available online at www.darbuka.hu and www.youtube.com.