Jumbie Jam – Beginner’s Guide and Song Book
£11.95 exc VAT
- L 28cm x W 22cm x H 1cm
- Stock: 34
- An introduction to Jumbie Jam steel pans
- Provides instrument care tips, playing techniques, history and songs
- No experience of traditional music notation required
- CD includes practice and performance backing tracks
The Beginners Guide will help establish a solid foundation in playing technique, instrument care and effective practice habits.
It includes general instructions, music and historical/cultural information regarding the Steel Pan and its country of origin.
Songs in this guide are repetitive and use only a few pitches per song. This will acquaint you with the layout of your Jumbie Jam and help you concentrate on your technique.
Each song is presented in 2 ways – with traditional notation, and with note names so it is no necessary to be able to read music.
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:
Orders weighing less than 1kg and not too bulky – Post Office First Class. This would include books and smaller percussion instruments.
Orders weighing more than 1kg or lighter but bulky orders – Courier, next working day delivery. Most orders are sent this way and should arrive next working day after dispatch.
Very bulky orders – Pallet service, 3 working day delivery. For very big orders and those with more fragile contents. Timing is from dispatch date.
Please note that 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.
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 very bulky 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 and that there’s no commitment on your part until the delivery costs have been quoted and accepted by you.