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I’m looking for good books on Samba notation.

I’d be interested in sheet music for large Samba groups and also notation for drumset. Just the same, I want to learn more and study other books.

I should contact the large Samba groups, there are a couple in Oregon complete with dancers and drummers.

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I imagine the leaders batquue their own collections of music they might share. Bart Elliott Chef de Cuisine Posts: It’s printed in English and Portuguese. By the way it goes into all Brazilian styles, goes all the way to Afro-Cuban, and more.

For the big big schools, the drummers are dancers and the dancers are drummers and vice versa. Bart Elliott on September 15, TeReKeTe on September 15, You have to weed through a couple to get a good one, but they are definetly out there.

Do you still batuqke the video links of your fantastic playing and style bongo? No one will believe it’s the carjoca if you wear a suit, ‘less you happen to be an old person, and you slept in it last night! It’s nice to that you all are talking about all these different styles, but I think some of you are confusing people. Brazilian and Afro-Cuban are distinctly different.

Their roots can all be traced back to Africa, but still they need to not be confused.

Posting video clips of people playing latin rhythms is great, but let’s not confuse people by mixing styles. If you don’t understand the differences, it might be smart to not make suggestions or point people in a direction that you haven’t traveled down caripca. Tito Puente is an Afro-Cuban percussionist, not Brazilian or from the Samba School, therefore not a good resource suggestion for the original question of this thread.


Sorry to drop the hammer martillo like this, but we need to be educating people correctly, not continuing erroneous information.


Louis on September 16, There is 10 pages of samba notation. The book was originally published in Some of the rhythms almost match what Airto notated 30 years later, and others are different. One part gave me an idea that I adapted to conga. Bart Elliott on September 16, September 15, hatuque, Amazon doesn’t seem to have it. Any ideas of where a copy might be found?

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Amazon does have ‘The Brazilian Sound: Samba, Bossa Nova and the Popular Music of Brazil’, and is highly rated, but I’m worried it is mostly narative and does not have notation.

Does this book have written parts? I would, but the Samba Troups are over a hour drive, and I probably don’t have that kind of discipline. I would like to study the sheet music they use. I am learning it with my left foot. September 16, I hope you realize that anything you want to learn about anything is available in a book! That czrioca not mean that a book can replace a good instructor or that you varioca not learn from other ways.

Books are a tremendous resource that should not be taken lightly. Logged No one will believe it’s the “Blues” if you wear a suit, ‘less you happen to be an old person, and you slept in it last night! I sure don’t know what to suggest at this point. I’ve had my copy for sometime. It’s a nice book if you can find it. I’ll keep a look out for you. There’s batuqur ton of video on youtube of samba schools playing, etc– chances are just scoping those out cariocx provide some quick insight into stickings and patterns, etc.


That does not mean that only a book can replace a good instructor or that you can not bautque from other ways. In Airto’s book he has a few pages of simple looking rhythms, so simple you might not think much, but then you work through and hear them you come to understand.

Syncopated rhythm is all about where the beats fall against the pulse, so to Samba you got to understand how it fits. Written notation gives you that with accuracy, then it can start to swing.

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And also on Wikipedia!! I’m working on Brazilian rhythms on my ‘Roots Kit’ and will post more youtube stuff in the future at youtube. Here is a simple bossa nova based rhythm where I leave out the first note on the figure. I’m working this up at a fast tempo with the samba surdo bass line too.

September 18, I used that same book to learn more samba to use cariocaa the Army Band. Good stuff I hadn’t thought about for years. September 19, He taught Batuquf Igoe. I saw him in New York not long ago and it was beyond description.

These brazilian drummers have their own sound going on.

And it was so joyous. Logged tamboricua Guest Re: September 22, I agree with Percusboy.

Portinho along with the late Edison Machado are considered the pioneers in adapting traditional Brazilian percussion rhythms to the drumset. Some other names to consider: Hope this helps, Jorge Ginorio www.