Carlos Roberto Ferreira, a native of Brazil, is a music instructor and recording artist who now teaches guitar and percussion. He matches teaching techniques to the special needs of his students, stressing exposure to the different types of instruments. He is the founder of the World Music “Culture” program, which explores music and musical instruments from around the world.
One of the instruments Carlos teaches is the Brazilian berimbau. It is a single string instrument with obvious African origins. While playing, a caxixi is held in one hand. Explore Berimbau here.
|34 World Rhythms - Carlos Roberto|
The compilation “34 World Rhythms” is a collection of music performed by Carlos Roberto. It is perfect for anyone learning, or teaching percussion, and helps you develop rhythm and timing for virtually any instrument. Each of the 34 world rhythms are illustrated in an innovative format to make it easy to play along. The rhythms include Street Samba, Afro Dance, Darbuka, Afoxe, Shona, Djembe, Bush Dancer, Moorish, Persian, Arabic, and Maracatu. Percussion instruments featured include agogo bell, djembe, tone block, frame drum, darbuka/doumbek, pandeiro, flute, shakere, talking drum, Berimbau, guitar, and tambourine. Buy...