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Trevor Salloum: The Bongo Book is devoted to the all too often overlooked Latin instrument, the Bongo Drums. Trevor Salloum guides you on an inspired informative, and educational musical journey, offering many valuable insights of playing this instrument as well as revealing its colourful history.


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50 internautes sur 51 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of the most entertaining and pleasurable 'how to' books I've ever worked with 12 septembre 2005
Par Patrick King - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm a guitar player. Recently someone I respect suggested that if I studied a precussion instrument it would improve my guitar playing. Initially I wanted to study congo drums but realized quickly that they were not only very expensive, but a little intense for the condo in which I live. I settled on bongos both for their portablility and for their less intrusive tone. Now the challenge was how to learn them. I've had a lot of pleasure learning guitar from DVD and video tape so my first thought was to find a DVD that taught bongo drumming. Unfortunately the two offered on Amazon had fairly poor customer comments. I always go by the customer reviews because customers have no axe to grind. I find the truth generally come out in these reviews. Finally I hit on Trevor Salloum's The Bongo Book which had rave reviews. I was so enthusiastic I bought the 'better together' deal and also got Beyond Basics. Let me tell you, it's going to be months if not years before I need that second book. I've never worked with a more comprehensive music book than The Bongo Book. The Martillo and its variations are challenging and also so much fun to play. I go into another world while I'm hammering these tattoos. I just love it. I'm currently on page 15 of 37 musical pages and I already feel like I'm a bongoseros. I've really become obsessed with these things! I've never been attracted to drums before. I'm doing this entirely as an educational adjunct, and it's absolutely changed my image of myself. I'd recommend that anyone learn these little drums before they take up any other instrument. Rhythm is the foundation of all music and once you've got this you can apply it to everything, be it music, dancing, loving or fighting. It's really infectious. There are a couple of suggestions I'd make for future editions: The included CD was among the reasons I initially opted to buy the book but I found this CD not to be very useful or even necessary. I expected it to be a CD I could play along with, but it isn't really. It amounts to a demonstration of how each of the drummed measures is supposed to sound. If you know how to count a musical measure, you really don't need these demonstrations. And if you don't know how to count a measure, these demonstrations are not going to help you to play them. More useful would be a two-page explaination of how to count 4/4 time, 1 and 2 etc, and-a, e-and-a, trip-pel-let etc. I already knew this from studying guitar so had no trouble adapting, but a complete musical beginner would find this kind of explaination useful and essential. This way, the CD could contain play-along rhythms which would be more fun and interesting. I'm buying Jack Costanzo and Armando Peraza CDs to play with and as an example of how the bongos sound in context and this would not be as imperative if the CD contained more of that type of information. Another wonderful thing about this book are the interviews at the end with famous bongoseros, a great opportunity to learn about the significance of this instrument in jazz and popular music as well as the great recordings of bongos that have been made during the 20th Century. I recommend this book without reservations. Learning to count musically is not a great challenge. You can learn the entire concept in under an hour if you don't know how to do it. Salloum's stroke notation is brilliant and easy to memorize and use. For me, I couldn't be happier with a learning tool than I am with The Bongo Book.
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Not enough help for beginners 22 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
While the rhythm variations are plentiful in this book, there is scarcely little helpful instruction describing technique. For a book that purports to introduce bongo playing, one would expect more than three pages of striking instruction and technique description. Photographs of individual techniques are limited to one page of vague, grainy, black and white photos. No illustrations or step-by-step technique descriptions are provided. The CD is nice, but without better description of the individual techniques, it proves but a frame for guesswork.
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The Bongo Bible 14 janvier 2004
Par mr.litho - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book shortly after I started playing bongos about 6 years ago, and it is still a great source of rhythm patterns and overall inspiration. You can find rhythms in this book that will apply to any style of music. It is true that there is not much on technique. But I suggest to anyone who is frustrated to just keep trying! Read this section over and over, LISTEN closely to the CD, get your hands on those drums and eventually it will click. (If you still need help, get on the usnet group rec.music.makers.percussion.hand-drum or do a Google search in this group. Any question you can think of has been asked and answered already :-)
There is even a section on re-skinning a bongo head. You do-it-yourself'ers and drum tinkerers will LOVE this. It's easy and fun to put on a new head -- especially if you put goatskin on the macho (small bongo head).
If you have some bongos, thinking of buying some, or know an aspiring bongocero, this book is a MUST.
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Not so good if you don't know the basics already 8 juillet 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I thought it was a book for beginners starting from scratch. Unfortunately, I got it, and to my surprise, it didn't say much about the very basics of bongo playing in a way that was understandable. It jumped right into the music. It would help to know how to read notes and probably some basic hand positioning before getting this one. However, looking through it, I think it's probably better for someone with intermediate knowledge of playing
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
the Best bongo book! 22 février 2000
Par LE DUC SEBASTIEN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Really a great book with a lot of martillo variations and many different fills. The audio CD makes it easy to figure out how it must sound, and there is an interesting section on non-traditionnal rhythms. I recommend it even for advanced players!
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