Re: Cuban music matt,There is os much I can teach you.But, not on the computer.So ....S tart by geting the book,......TheSalsa Guide Book for piano & ENSEMBLE. By Rebeca Mauleon. And listen to old latin recordings by .....Tito Puente, Israel CACHAO Lopez, Poncho Sanchez...Pete Escovedo...Francisco Aguabelle....Daniel Ponca....Alex Acuna...Giovanni Hildalgo..And Carlos Santana...And many more. Go to see Salsa shows.And Listen Laten Jazz........AND start feeling in your hart...the .....3/2 AND 2/3 time......If you do this vary day for one year you will be a good bass player.


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Posted by bassontop on January 27, 2001 at 22:02:38:

In Reply to: Cuban music posted by Matthieu Boucard on January 10, 2001 at 15:53:41:

: I've been playing double bass for two years in Jazz style. I'd like to study Cuban music and bass now. I bought "the true Cuban bass" (Del Puerto & Vergara), but there is no discography. I feel that I need to listen to classic recordings like I did for Jazz Music before I try to learn that style.
: Can any of you give me some advice on a basic discography in each style (danzon, Son, Bolero, Rhumba, cha-cha-cha, Guajira) of Cuban Music ? Any piece of advice about anything on Cuban music would be welcome !!!

: Thank you !!!




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