Tim Richards - Exploring Latin Piano

Tim Richards - Exploring Latin Piano

Jan 8, 2021

Exploring Latin Piano PDF. Tim Richards, John Crawford de Cominges - Exploring Latin Piano - South-American, Cuban and Spanish rhythms for the intermediate pianist. The latest publication in this award-winning series. This unique collaboration between two of the UK's top pianist/educators offers intermediate pianists a detailed introduction to the highly rhythmic music of Latin America and Spain, featuring a wide range of styles from many countries.
Over 50 pieces to play, including Oye Cómo Va, Bésame Mucho, Sò Danço Samba, El Manicero (The Peanut Vendor), Mambo No 5, Mambo Influenciado, Mas Que Nada, Berimbau, The Girl from Ipanema, Manhã de Carnaval, Upa Neguinho, A Media Luz, Vals Venezolano #2 and Alfonsina y El Mar.
Original compositions by the authors feature copious assignments to help with syncopation and coordination, and key rhythms such as clave, montuno and partido alto are given in-depth treatment. All pieces are included on the two accompanying CDs, which contain authentic rhythm section tracks and invaluable play-along opportunities.


  • Cuba: son, montuno, mambo, cha-cha-chá, bolero, danzón
  • Brazil: bossa nova, samba, baion, afoxé, frevo, chorinho
  • Argentina and Uruguay: tango, milonga, zamba, chacarera, candombe
  • Venezuela: joropo, vals
  • Colombia: cumbia
  • Dominica: merengue
  • Spain: flamenco, rumba, buleria

See also:

Tim Richards - Exploring Jazz Piano Vol. 1

Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). 272 pages

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5 comments on “Tim Richards - Exploring Latin Piano”

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  3. Thank you very much, I actually own the paper version of this book but my eyesight is very bad and being able to zoom on the computer to read will be great 🙂

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