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21 x 29,7 cm, 114 Seiten, mit Online-Videos

Art.Nr. D 924
ISBN 978-3-86849-385-6
ISMN 979-0-50017-558-2
Ausgabe Buch inklusive Online-Videos

Daniel Giordani

The Handpan Book (English Edition)

Kurzübersicht

for beginners and slightly advanced players, with online videos

: Handpan

With their soft and gentle tones, handpans must be one of the most interesting, newly developed musical instruments around today. For anyone wishing to find out more, this book by Daniel Giordani provides a great way to get started. A full range of exercises enable the various playing techniques to be developed step by step. Thanks to the simple and easy-to-follow notation, you will very quickly be able to play different rhythms and to combine them with beautiful melodic sequences.Numerous exercises to improve coordination and independence of the hands together with lots of Afro, rock and hip-hop grooves make learning how to play really energising. With its exercises for chords, cross-rhythms and double strokes, the book has plenty of challenges in store for slightly advanced players as well.
What’s more, seven engaging practice pieces will provide a little repertoire for the first performances.Together with the musical notation, the linked online videos are also a very good additional aid to learning. All the exercises can be played with the wide variety of handpan scales.
 
You can find a short video introduction to the book following the link: https://vimeo.com/696103590
 
This edition is also available in German: Das Handpanbuch, D 910, ISBN 978-3-86849-350-4

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24,80 €
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. INTRODUCTION

The history of the instrument

From the Hang® to the handpan

About the book

Learning with musical notation or playing freely

2. GETTING TO KNOW THE INSTRUMENT

Sitting positions

Notation

The first sounds on the central tone field

The deep bass sound in the central tone field

The high percussive sound at the edge of the central tone field

The outer tone fields

The thumb playing technique for the low notes 1 – 3

The index finger playing technique from tone field 4

3. THE FIRST EXERCISE SEQUENCES

Exercise sequence 1

Exercise sequence 2

Exercise sequence 3

Exercise sequence 4

Exercise sequence 5

Exercise sequence 6

Exercise sequence 7

Exercise sequence 8

Exercise sequence 9

Exercise sequence 10

4. CHANGING SIDES

5. AFRO GROOVES

6. ORIENTAL GROOVES

7. ROCK AND POP GROOVES

8. PLAYING WITH TAPS

Rock grooves with slow taps

Slow fill-ins

Rock grooves with fast taps

Fast fill-ins

9. HIP-HOP GROOVES

Tricky fill-ins

10. DOUBLE STROKES

Double strokes with the thumb and index finger

11. INDEPENDENCE EXERCISES

12. PLAYING CHORDS

13. THE SLAP STROKE

14. 2 AGAINST 3 OR 3 AGAINST 4

15. CLIMBING STAIRS

16. DAMPENED SOUNDS

17. FINDING AN ENDING

18. PRACTICE PIECES

1. A NEW BEGINNING

2. INNER VOICE

3. GO WITH THE FLOW

4. WAITING FOR YOU

5. DEEP BREATH

6. AYINA (for advanced players)

7. SPREAD BY THE WIND (for advanced players)

APPENDICES

Some common handpan scales

Notation symbols

List of videos

Autorenportrait

Daniel Giordani ist Perkussionist, Handpanspieler, Rhythmuspädagoge und Autor mehrerer Rhythmusbücher. Er leitet gemeinsam mit seiner Partnerin das „Rhytmotop – Institut für Rhythmuserfahrung“ im österreichischen Waldviertel. Er wurde 1977 in Bozen/Südtirol geboren, studierte Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie an der Universität Wien mit dem Schwerpunkt Musikethnologie. Zahlreiche Forschungs- und Studienreisen nach Westafrika, Indien und Mittelamerika ermöglichten ihm den Einblick in viele Perkussionsmusikstile. In den letzten Jahren wurde das Handpan immer mehr zum Hauptinstrument. Seit vielen Jahren ist er Mitglied diverser Bands und Musikprojekte und gibt Workshops und Fortbildungsseminare für Kinder, Jugendliche, Erwachsene und PädagogInnen.



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