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Learn to play tumbaos meringue on piano, using percussion patterns practices of merengue with mp3, with scores, also can buy patterns of tumbaos with audio mp3 or wav, for more details please visit our website or call (646) 552-7632, Emilio Instructor. Recommendations of how it can be practiced in the first piano merengue merengue is easy to touch, in the scores of merengue you are going to find a shade in each compass, written in figures example Cm, F, A7 etc you are going to touch those compasses to your tastes, but when this playing time, merengue is a matter of taste (You can not touch any tumbao in any meringue, you should keep in mind several factors to know that kind of accompaniment will do in specific subject that will touch to) you must listen to the melody of the theme, the voice guide if it is a sequence.B) must listen to the percussion which is the basis of the meringue along with bass, percussion will give options in different parts that have the meringue, you introduction, voice, mambo choirs, choruses and others and each part you can give a different swing for each phrase, so you can touch to your liking as a merengue recording touched in a way, but you can touch it to your tastes, you can also train your ear in a simple way, can hear a meringue that is recorded and seek shade, if you have problems of how to find meringue bass tone can serve you much help since bass and Piano are playing on the same pitch and the score is identical only that part of bass is going to have the key of F at fourth line, so you can play along with the score of the bass in the case is not that of the piano, on page 14 there are several percussion patterns these patterns can help you a lot, when you could touch several tumbaos can do different give a different style to be creative, with a chord of the Merengue you can invent much remember in scores of merengue are going to find with notes figures, jumps that are nothing more than signs to go from one sentence to another advise all exercises and tumbaos slowly.. .

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