This instrument is like a giant set of pan pipes but instead of blowing, which would require superhuman lung power, you clap at the end of each tube to get different pitches. You can also hear a hammered dulcimer and dan bau monochord in the background.
Structure of the son genre including: Clave, Bongo Martillo pattern, Maracas pattern, outline of Bongo Bell pattern, Anticipated Guitar chord strumming, Tres/Cuatro guajeo pattern.
Visit the OpenSauceGuitar website to find out more about how I learned about this genre and its rhythmic structure in Santiago de Cuba...http://www.opensauceguitar.com/los-jubilados-del-caribe
This is the martillo pattern of the bongo drums used by the bongocero in a Cuban son ensemble, with Maracas pattern(including triplet on the 1+).
The bongo-bell comes in 2nd half, as it does in the montuno section of the son. (Also some fills from timbales)
Visit the OpenSauceGuitar website to find out more about how I learned about this genre and its rhythmic structure in Santiago de Cuba... www.opensauceguitar.com/los-jubilados-del-caribe
The members of this ensemble have all been victims of the many landmines still littering South East Asia.
You've got a leaf whistler, a roneat (xylophone), krapeu, (zither), hammered dulcimer, khmer fiddles, kloy (flute), thon drum and cymbals.
This is the website intro I created for local ghost tour company Shiverpool. The scream was recorded in William Huskisson's tomb in St James' Cemetery at the foot of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral.
I have used preverb and reverse effects on the scream and distortion and delay on my heartbeat (recorded with an adapted stethoscope).
A rather funny song which lightens my mood on the bus (which has broken down twice during the 12 hour ride through the mountains) as it careers along the makeshift road with a sheer drop just a few feet away! Well, I asked for an adventure and certainly appeared to be getting it.
Lyrics by Jim Gilchrist, Alexandra Stone, Kieran Gilchrist
Arrangement, Guitar and Vocals by Kieran Gilchrist
Cello programmed by Simon Cullwick
Recorded and Mixed by Simon Cullwick at The Motor Museum, Liverpool