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  1. Sep 07,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Puente In Percussion on Discogs/5(8).
  2. May 26,  · Tito Puente And Mongo Santamaria. Song: Ti Mon Bo from Top Percussion; Sometimes you just have to give the drummers some. "Ti" refers to Tito Puente on timbales, "Mon" is Mongo Santamaria and "Bo.
  3. Latin Percussion®. We are Rhythm™. For over half a century, LP has crafted classic percussion instruments as well as patented hundreds of improvements and new designs for musical instruments that meet the exacting standards of professional musicians. Latin Percussion instruments have been featured in thousands of the world’s most famous, chart-topping recordings – from classic salsa.
  4. Tito On Timbales is the 1st. theme of Tito Puente LP Puente In Percussion with Mongo Santamaria, Bobby Rodriguez, Willie Bobo, and Patato Valdez. This album is a real Percussion masterpiece. View wiki.
  5. Timbales including LP Timbales, Tito Puente Timbales, Pearl Timbales and more. Low prices and quick shipping on Timbales at Steve Weiss Music. LP Matador Timbales from Latin Percussion offer traditional sound and excellent value for the intermediate player. They can be used alone or added to a drum set. The
  6. With this knowledge in mind, Tito proceeded to assemble the most stunning percussion ensemble of the time: Mongo Santamaría, Carlos “Patato” Valdés, William “Bobo” Correa, Bobby Rodríguez on bass - and, sure enough, Mr. Tito Puente himself on timbales.
  7. At about , the timbale solo starts and Tito Puente plays to a mozambiqe bell pattern while playing different licks that relate tot eh pattern. Manny Oquendo. Manny Oquendo was a part of the development of modern Latin jazz and salsa in New York. He played with many great ensembles, including Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri.
  8. Tito Puente () was a bandleader, percussionist, composer, and arranger from New York City. Born Ernesto Antonio Puente, Jr., on April 20, , in el barrio Spanish harlem, New York, Puente was a musical pioneer for mixing musical styles with Latin sounds and for his experiments in .
  9. Timbal Solo Transcriptions Is an in-depth study of Latin Timbale solo styles by timbale masters such as Tito Puente, Manny Oquendo, Guillermo Barreto, Endel Dueno, Nicky Marrero, Ray Romero, and .

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