REPLAY! The Tambourine Path in Celebration!
Recording of the 2.19.22 Tambourine Workshop on zoom.
A beginner friendly, Layne Redmond style tambourine workshop, everyone welcome.
With Barbara Gail & Jeff Hanna, The Rhythm Inlet Dynamic Duo!
I absorbed all your shared knowledge like a sponge. It was particularly amazing to discover what stepping / pulsing while playing can do to your body and soul. I never felt so connected with the universe. Many thanks to the two of you! ~ Marjolein, Netherlands
I’m so grateful for you Barbara! Just completed the workshop! Love it! I need to be mindful of the feet. Otherwise the song is great practice! ~ Joey, Singapore
If you’re new to this drum, I recommend The Tambourine Path video series. It’s 90 minutes of my free, basic & thorough tambourine instruction!
On February 19, 2022, I led a tambourine workshop, assisted by Jeff Hanna, my husband & partner in life, work, & everything under The Rhythm Inlet sun! ☀️
This replay of the workshop is suitable for beginners & beyond beginners, & is available for a donation amount of your choice. (Yes, you choose! Consult with your heart, your soul, & your wallet. Anything between a dollar & a hundred dollars will do. Thank you! 💚)
In this 1-hour, 45 minute Workshop, you’ll:
❦ Learn or refresh the tambourine’s strokes, relating them to the elements…
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