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Rannoch Purcell - (based on traditional Matsuri rhythms)
Matsuri Bayashi (festival music) is a set of traditional festival rhythms. Many dojos make up their own variation for this song. The one here is our own brand from Taiko Zentrum Deutschland! We have a regular, advanced kata in beta form, and a naname version that explores the use of space. Have fun!
based on Renshu Taiko by Seichii Tanaka
Seiichi Tanaka is grandfather of the kumidaiko movement and founder of San Francisco Taiko Dojo. Tanaka Sensei wrote the basic 5 rhythms as a warm-up exercise and gave it to the taiko world to perform. There are countless variations of these rhythms, but the videos here demonstrate the basic 5 rhythms that make up the song. as well as the Genki Spark's rendition and TZD's version - 'Renshu Re-loaded'.
Rites of Thundering
This is an 'evolution' of Kenny Sensei's Odaiko Kakeai Kihon Kyoku. If you imagine taking OKKK which is essentially a practice piece and turning it into a full on performance piece, this is what you get. It features a lot of echo rhythms but also a lot of question answer and offset patterns with a much more elaborate form.
Ready Set kaDON
Ready Set Kadon! is an open-source piece by Shoji Kameda Sensei from Los Angeles. The song is made up for 5 primary rhythms played among three groups of drums. The rhythms are not hard to remember, but the organization and form of the piece is a real challenge! It is fast, loud, exciting, challenging, and a wonderful piece to build your kuchishougha and timing skills!
This piece is still a work in progress that I need to finish! The kata is meant to represent witches dancing around a cauldron, casting spells, summoning spirits and having a great old time. The positioning of the drums and some of the rhythms are based around Celtic & pagan symbolism. See how many you can find!
Being On Time
This is a great new piece form Joel Mankey Sensei. The song is meant to have an excited air about it, as one who is rushing to get to work on time! Some great new playing techniques in Beta style, and some great new kata are incorporated into this challenging but fun piece! Have fun, and DON'T BE LATE!
This is a song composed by Joel Mankey in the NiDan style. NiDan is similar to Naname (slant stand) but you play on two drums instead of one! The song is to be played with a partner, and includes lots of great kata and a solo section. The tempo is pretty quick, so practice slowly with the videos until you have it down!