Four Plastic Buckets and Two Sticks

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red buckets

This reminds me of a great program taught by Dean Mucetti, a drummer from L.A. Dean equips a roomful of kids with red buckets from Home Depot and drumsticks and then, using a series of hand signals (it's too noisy to talk), teaches them to create infectious rhythms that'll make you want to dance, even though it's Saturday morning and you're in a cold and sterile cement room. It's part of the Harmony Project, which provides music lessons to at-risk kids in L.A. and it's fab!

Patty O more than 10 years ago

I love this video, especially

I love this video, especially the guy who's dancing in the background.

Anonymous more than 10 years ago

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