Product Code: CP-BS15Ep

Brazilian Samba – Primary – 15 Player Economy Class Set

£477.00

£572.40 (inc VAT)

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  • KS1
  • KS2
  • KS3

Age 5 - 14

  • Instruments 15
  • Players 15
  • Buddies 10
  • Stock: 10
ProductQuantity

2x Surdo - Economy - 14in diameter, Izzo

2

1x Caixa - Economy - 12in diameter, Izzo

1

1x Repinique - Economy - 10in diameter, Izzo

1

1x Surdo - Economy - 16in diameter, Izzo

1

1x Tritone Samba Whistle (Apito)

1

4x Ganza

4

4x Tamborim - 6in diameter, Izzo

4

2x Agogo Bells - Medium

2

4x Samba Sling - 1 open hook, suitable for Repinique or Surdo

4

1x Samba Belt - 2 open hooks, suitable for Caixa or Surdo

1

4x Tamborim Beater - 3 prong, Izzo

4

2x Snare Drum Sticks for Snare, Caixa or Repinique

2

3x Surdo Beater - plush, DfS

3

1x Andy Gleadhill's Percussion Buddies Book

1

1x Andy Gleadhill's Brazilian Samba Book

1

1x Basket - Large - 31cm, bamboo

1
Full Teaching Support Included
  • Ultra low cost Samba pack for smaller classes and clubs
  • For serious, long term use in schools and community
  • Includes world-leading teaching support
  • Achieve performance level in just one term
  • Can be taught by any teacher - no music training needed
  • Appropriate drum sizes for players from 6 years upwards

This super value ‘Brazilian Samba – Primary – 15 Player Economy Class Pack’ has everything you need to get your Primary (KS1/KS2) Samba drumming group off to a flying start at the lowest possible price.

The Pack includes 3 big, aluminium Surdo drums, a Repinique, a Caixa snare drum and 10 smaller instruments, giving you a wide range of authentic Samba sounds as well as making it easy to split the group into “Buddy” threes, each having one big and two smaller instruments. Although the drums have been selected to be suitable sizes for players from 6 to 11 years old they are all also perfectly fine for teenagers and adults.

The Economy kit is lightweight but tough and is made in Brazil by Izzo, specialists in Samba instrument making since 1960. Please note that the Surdos are the traditional double-ended style, which means that you cannot stack them one inside the other like the nesting Surdos in our other packs.

Also included are two teaching guides by World Music expert Andy Gleadhill; ‘Brazilian Samba’ and ‘Percussion Buddies’. The books are designed for non-specialists as well as music teachers and will take you from the basics through to your first performance in just 10 lessons, and there’s plenty of repertoire for a year or more of playing, plus online audio and video support. The Percussion Buddies book will show you how to develop percussion accompaniments for almost any piece, whether drumming, choral, ukulele or any other ensemble.

There’s also lots of FREE online support – see the “Documentation” section below for free PDF downloads of the Primary Scheme of Work or click here to see all the Brazilian Samba teaching resources, which also include a selection of useful videos.

Special storage/carry bags are available and will help to prolong the lives of the instruments, as well as making it safe and easy to move them around for events.

  • Agogo Bells - Medium with beater separated angle. They are made of one section of matt black metal folded back around so that the two bells are near to each other. One is larger than the other to create two different pitches. This shot has been taken from the side and slightly above and faces up and to the left. The beater lying next to it.

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What's included

The books will tell you everything you need to know to set up the group, get started and develop to performance standard via staged lesson plans. No musical training or knowledge of musical notation is required – just some enthusiasm!

Online access to recorded examples of all of the exercises in the books is included, as are free, downloadable PDFs of a Primary Scheme of Work (see Documentation section below).

Please note that for reasons of stock availability we may need to make the occasional substitution of the more minor pack components. If so, we’ll always ensure suitability/equivalence and we’ll always clear any significant changes with you in advance.

How it's made

Our Surdos, Repiniques and Caixas are all made in Sao Paulo Brazil by Samba experts Izzo. The bigger drums are pressed from aluminium sheet.

Our Pandeiros and Tamborims are also made by Izzo in their Sao Paulo factory and the shells are injection moulded from ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), a high performance plastic that’s also used to make Lego, clarinets, amongst many other things.

Care & maintenance

Our Surdos, Caixa, Repiniques and tamborims are all genuine Brazilian instruments, made by specialists Izzo in Sao Paulo and they’ll give satisfaction for many years, if you treat them with care and follow the guidelines below.

Before or after each session

It’s good practice to wipe down all the instruments and beaters with a damp cloth and to check the tuning adjusters on each drum, to make sure there are no loose nuts. At the same time check the tension of each drum head. If a head seems slack, or if you find a loose adjuster, loosen all the adjusters on the drum, so that the’re just thumb tight, and then tighten them up using the supplied mini spanner in the sequence shown below.

This PDF document describes the sequence for tightening the tuning adjusters on Samba drums. It tells you how to tune a set of Izzo nesting surdos 14", 16" and 18" but the same principles can be applied to any drum with tuning adjusters.
How to tune a Samba drum

The following video shows an Izzo technician replacing and tightening a nesting surdo drum head.

Guarantee

The best quality materials and manufacturing methods are used to make our Brazilian Samba instruments and accessories and they’re designed for serious, long term use in the classroom. Looked after properly the instruments will give many years of satisfaction, and under normal use the materials and workmanship are guaranteed as follows:

Surdos, Caixas, Repiniques, Tamborim and Pandeiro shells – 1 year. But take special care with bigger drums as the aluminium shells can get dented if treated roughly. This won’t affect the sound but it will certainly spoil the appearance.

Drum heads – 6 months. But always use appropriate beaters (please ask us if you’re not sure) and beware sharp points. Drum heads are the most fragile part of any drum and you should expect to have to replace them regularly, especially if they’re getting lots of use. Please note that the hard plastic skins of caixas, repeniques and tamborims may quickly show dent marks, but that they can still be played.

Samba Hand Percussion – 1 year. Agogo bells and Ganza are tough and will take plenty of use but don’t drop them, especially on to hard surfaces, or throw them around.

Storage/carry bags and accessories – 2 years. But keep bags away from sharp points and don’t over-fill them or force the zips.

If you should get any problems with any of our Brazilian Samba instruments or accessories, please take photos of the issues and email them to us with the order/invoice number and a brief description of how the problem arose and we’ll get back to you right away.

Do remind your players that Samba instruments are not indestructible and that , like all musical instruments, they need to be treated with care and respect, even when played with enthusiasm!

Delivery

We work with a small number of specialist logistic companies to deliver your order quickly and economically. The delivery method varies, depending on your location and the size of the order, as follows:

UK Locations

Orders up to 5kg – Courier 2 to 3 working day delivery. This would typically include books, smaller instruments, percussion baskets and djembes up to 40cm.

Orders over 5kg – Courier, next working day delivery. Most orders are sent this way.

Large orders – Pallet service, 3 to 5 working day delivery. Used for large orders and those with more fragile contents.

Please note:

  1. Above timings are from dispatch date. Time from placing your order will usually be one or two days longer, depending on the order and destination.
  2. Delivery to offshore or Highland addresses may take longer and may cost more than to UK mainland addresses and we’ll quote and agree the costs with you in advance. Please note that in these cases it’s fine to go ahead and place your order, and there’s no obligation on your part until the delivery costs have been quoted and accepted by you.
  3. For some destinations, where a courier service isn’t available, we may send by Royal Mail instead.

International Locations

Orders weighing less than 1kg and not too bulky – Post Office Airmail. This would include books and smaller percussion instruments.

Orders weighing more than about 1kg and large orders – international courier or pallet service. We’ll obtain competitive quotes and agree these with you in advance.

Please note that it’s fine to go ahead and place your international order prior to confirming shipping costs, and that there’s no obligation on your part until the delivery costs have been quoted and accepted by you. Payment for international orders, including shipping costs, is required before dispatch of the goods.

Returns

Please let us know straight away if anything arrives damaged or otherwise in a substandard condition and we’ll be happy to replace it, refund the cost or provide you with an alternative product to your satisfaction. Speed is of the essence here as most courier companies will only accept responsibility for damage in transit if the damage is reported within 24 hours of delivery.

 In the event of damage, please take photographs, including any damage to the packaging, and email these to us ASAP.

Similarly, if an instrument  develops a fault within 12 months of purchase in the course of normal use (though excluding fair wear and tear), please let us know, and we’ll replace it or refund the cost. It’s also very helpful for us to see photos of the issue as this gives us solid information for changing the design, the production method or the packing materials.

But please do contact us before returning any damaged or substandard items. Once we’ve approved their return, please send to:  Drums for Schools Limited, 21 Shaftesbury Avenue, Burton Joyce NG14 5GL 

We really appreciate your feedback in the case of faults (or if you think an instrument could be improved in any way) and we take all such feedback very seriously indeed.

Documentation

Just click on a document name below to download it.

Brazilian-Samba-Primary-SoW-Complete-Collection-2020

The SoW zip file contains the full term’s set of lesson plans and these are also available separately. Please note that, although called a “Primary” Scheme of Work, it’s actually suitable for any age of player, from 6 years to adult who are beginning their Samba playing and working towards their first performances.

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