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David Holt1s infectious enthusiasm and clear instructions will have you playing fascinating rhythms in no time. You'll develop coordination and physical dexterity, while attaining a deeper understanding of traditional American music.
Learning the proper way to play rolls, accents, fills, and a variety of sounds on these easy instruments will teach you the basics of percussion so you can contribute to jam sessions and other musical events.
You don1t even need an instrument! In addition to learning to play metal and wooden spoons, bones, washboard and even the paper bag, David passes on the traditional art of hambone, using nothing but his own body to create fabulous sounds and rhythms. Mastering the series of moves that have been handed down for generations will enable you to create your own show-stopping routines, and entertain family and friends.
I bought this DVD in 2006. I immediately was inspired and excited to play all sorts of things- the instructor teaches you how to make fun music out of everyday objects (and/or a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Happy Skywalker
Great teaching of some of the grass root arts in music only found in this country. Thanks David for helping to keep it alive. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jonathan M. Watts
Even if someone never intends to learn any of the techniques Mr. Holt teaches on this video it is worth owning simply because it is SO entertaining. Read morePublished on February 20, 2012 by hamsterdance
Great Dvd! I like it very much. I'm from Italy and it's really hard to find such an interesting teacher in Europe. With this Dvd everything is perfect! Congratulations :-)Published on January 26, 2012 by Carlo
I absolutely love this DVD. I use it with my 6th graders and they are spellbound. We learn the Juba (the hand jive) first for a while. Then we learn to use paper bags. Read morePublished on May 18, 2011 by L. Seamons
Great film for kids or the young at heart. This is a fun introduction to the music and will have you grooving in no time.Published on November 3, 2010 by AdHocBC