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Music and/or teaching materials for bongos

Discussion in 'Music' started by ict04, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. ict04

    ict04 New commenter

    Anyone has resources for teaching bongos (3-piece set) they'd like to share? I have some experience of basic drumming (snare, hi-hat etc) and have access to our local British Council library so am ok teaching that but cannot find any resources for bongos despite numerous searches at the library and on the web.

    I have one student who is super-keen to learn. Music shops are sadly lacking in books etc (I'm in India).

    Many thanks.
     
  2. cmf

    cmf

    I would also like some simple stuff. I have a GCSE student who cannot play or sing (dont know why he picked music"""") but he has shown a real interest in playing them. I have also found it hard to find anything on line. Thanks in advance.
     
  3. YesMrBronson

    YesMrBronson New commenter

    3 bongos? Do you mean congas or do bongos come in threes as well? I've only ever seen bongos in pairs.
     

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