Taiko master Kenny Endo teaches basic shime technique and patterns in this entry level series.

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Intro to Shime Daiko – 1 – Basic Terminology 4:51 Free Lesson

Kenny Endo goes over the basic terminology for the shime daiko.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 2 – Stretching and Warm Ups 6:00

Kenny Endo demonstrates stretching and warm up exercises.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 3 – Dynamic Exercise 6:07

Kenny Endo demonstrate a basic exercise that works on dynamics.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 4 – Mikoshi Bayashi and Hogaku no Shichome 9:35

Kenny Endo teaches Mikoshi Bayashi a ji pattern from Edo Bayashi and Hogaku no Shichome.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 5 – Kinjishi 3:41

Kenny Endo teaches the pattern Kinjishi from Hogaku Hayashi.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 6 – Shichome no Ji and Yatai no Ji 5:57

Kenny Endo teaches the patterns Shichome no Ji and Yatai no Ji from Edo Bayashi.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 7 – Paradiddles 7:35

Kenny Endo applies paradiddles to the shime daiko.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 8 – Cascara 4:46

Kenny Endo applies the Cascara pattern from Cuban music to the shime daiko.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 9 – Samba 7:00

Kenny Endo applies Samba rhythms from Brazilian music to the shime daiko.

Intro to Shime Daiko – 10 – Culmination 11:02

Kenny Endo brings all the patterns from this series together.

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