What Do I Do with My Six Drummers: Using Latin Percussion in Non-Latin Jazz Tunes
- Latin percussion instruments are a vital part of the Jazz culture. However, too many musicians don’t understand the approach of using these instruments in non-Latin music genres. These instruments are a great source of color and add to the groove of many other styles.
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