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Aprende sobre las pailas y la técnica de interpretación de Gilberto "Toto" Noriega . Parte de la Serie de Maestros Cubanos.

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Danzon: 00:14
Cha-cha-chá: 01:55
Bolero: 03:14
Son Montuno: 03:58
Changüi: 05:27
Son Moderno: 06:01

 

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Aprende sobre los tumbadores y la técnica de interpretación de Gilberto "Toto" Noriega . Parte de la Serie de Maestros Cubanos.

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Take a masters class in Cuban timbales playing with Gilberto "Toto" Noriega. 

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Take a masters class in Cuban congas with Gilberto "Toto" Noriega. 

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Take a masters class in Cuban bongo with Gilberto "Toto" Noriega. Gilberto talks about the bongos in various genres. Bolero, Son, Timba and more. 

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Compay Segundo - Caramba Señores Tour. I assume this was in 1998. It's a whose who of Cuban music celebrating his 90th birthday. Probably at Teatro Nacional.
Another archival concert. I don't remember when or where it was, but probably around 1996 or 1997 I'm guessing. Enjoy
Classic concert from Havana (yes, I was there). Bamboleo setting the stage on fire.
A classic from a very short lived band. PG (Poder Generacion). This was a band that was founded by "el tosco" Jose Luis Cortes. As far as I know, they did very few shows. If you happen to know the song titles, please let me know.
Another archive from DAT, sorry, no video, but a great lecture. This was from 1995 and recorded at La ENA in Havana Cuba. Enjoy this piece of Cuban music history.