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 Incredible Bongo Band – Apache

Incredible Bongo Band – Apache

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 Safri Duo - Bongo Song

Safri Duo - Bongo Song

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About Bongo-0 by Roberto Sierra Performed by Eric Hines

Percussion instruments have been used by many contemporary composers almost exclusively as a media to convey certain coloristic effects.  When listening to Afro-Caribbean folk music, one becomes aware that in this genre, rhythm is the most important factor.  The articulations and modes of attack (color) are subordinated in such a way that their functions are mainly to help in the shaping of the rhythmic figures.

Bongo-0 follows the same line of Afro-Caribbean music, in the sense that rhythm is the foremost parameter.  In this piece, the bongos are used in the traditional manner, with the exception of several unorthodox striking techniques, such as scratching the heads.  The articulations and modes of attack, as in Caribbean folk music, form an integral part of the rhythmic patterns.  Rhythm and the other parameters are treated in such a way that the form of the piece is a continuous transformation of these.  During this process of change, the voice of the percussionist is utilized as a quasi-percussive element.

Bongo-0 is not a mere quotation or transcription of folk music.  This work extracts the folkloric essence of the Afro-Caribbean music and presents it in a totally different dimension.

- Roberto Sierra

You can purchase this piece at http::// subitomusic.com

Filmed by John Sears at johnsearsmedia.com

About the performer:

Eric Hines serves as Graduate Teaching Assistant at the UA School of Music where he is pursuing a DMA in Percussion Performance.  At UA Eric teaches Applied Lessons and is Director of Steel Bands.  From 2004-2008 Hines served as Associate Director of Bands at Los Fresnos High School in Los Fresnos, TX.  He holds a MM from the University of Arizona where he studied under Norman Weinberg and a BME from the University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana, where he studied under William Moersch and Ricardo Flores.

An accomplished performer in a variety of Afro/Caribbean, Brazilian, and popular music, Hines maintains an active performance schedule in Tucson playing timbales with the salsa ensemble Descarga and steel pan with his Caribbean jazz combo Pan Dulce.  An in demand clinician of concert, marching, and world percussion, Hines has presented for the International Percussion Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico, PAS Days of Percussion, TMEA Clinic/Convention, UT Austin Longhorn Music Camp, UT Brownsville Percussion Studio, South East Texas Marching Percussion Camp, and many high school and middle school summer percussion programs.  His performance and recording credits include work with Descarga, Pan Dulce, Tito y su Nuevo Son, Rahe, The Valley Symphony Orchestra, Champaign-Urbana Symphony, SPIpan, The Bongodogs, and I-pan.  Eric has performed internationally throughout Puerto Rico, China, England, Scotland, Belgium, France, Canada, and Mexico.

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