In this course, Kenny Endo introduces various bachi and teaches patterns from across the taiko landscape and from his own original compositions.
In this lesson Kenny demonstrates some stretches and warm up exercises that he uses when starting to practice shime daiko.
In this lesson Kenny demonstrates how he practices the Ten TeKe pattern along and 5 stroke rolls.
In this lesson Kenny uses two clave patterns from Cuban music to build different shime daiko exercises.
In this lesson Kenny demonstrates various patterns and techniques used in hogaku that are useful on the shime.
In this lesson Kenny demonstrates different kinds bachi that he uses on the shime.
In this lesson Kenny teaches us one of the shime breaks based on Edo Bayashi patterns from his original composition Spirit of Rice.
In this lesson Kenny teaches patterns for the shime from a new composition called ‘San Go Nana’.
In this lesson Kenny teaches the take bachi break from his composition Jugoya.
In this lesson Kenny uses the patterns from this lesson to improvise on the shime daiko with a 16th note base beat. This style of improvising is a good way...