Monthly Archives: March 2014

Issue 125: In the Mood for Practising

Years ago, I watched a television documentary on one of the specialist music schools. During a lesson, the music teacher was teaching a young lad, and issued the instruction “when you practice this exercise, if you are not in the mood to … Continue reading

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Issue 125: Accompaniment for Kalele

Try this rhythm as an ostinato for the song Kalele which I posted a couple of weeks ago:  If you are using a djembe, play the low notes as bass notes and the high notes as tones. Or use whatever unturned … Continue reading

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