Mozambique
Cuba (in 4/4)


Two Drum v1
New York Style
Hi  
- - S - O O - S
- S S - O O H T
Lo  
O - - O - - - -
- - - O - - - -
Two Drum v2
Hi  
- H T - O O - S
- S - - O O H T
Lo  
B - - O - - - -
- - - O - - - -
Two Drum v3
Hi  
O - O - B H H S
- O O - H T - S
Lo  
- - - - - - - -
- - - O - - O -
Two Drum v4
Hi  
O O O T H H T S
- S S - H T - S
Lo  
- - - - - - - -
- - - O - - O -
Three Drum 1
Hi  
- S S - H T - S
O O O - H H T S
Mid  
- - - - - - - -
- - - O - - - -
Lo  
- - - O - - O -
- - - - - - - -
Three Drum 2
Hi  
- S S - H T - S
O T O T H H T S
Mid  
- - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - -
Lo  
- - - O - - O -
- - - - - - - -
Low
 
H H T T H H T O
O T T B O - O -
High
 
O - S O H T B S
- S S B H T B S
Clave
 
C - - C - - - C
- - C - C - - -
Cha Cha Bell
 
X - X - X X - X
- X X - X X - X
Mozambique is a modern Cuban Carnaval music and dance invented by Pello el Afrokan in 1963. His original instrumentation was congas, bells, bombos (bass drums played with one stick), trombones, and chorus. He later expanded to include electric guitar and bass, timbales and other percussion.



Symbol Key
B = Bass
O = Open Tone
S = Slap
  H = Heel (palm)
T = Toe (fingers)
M = Muff (muffled tone)
  C = Clave
X = Bell
P = Palitos (stick)
Play underlined notes with your 'strong' hand.




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