If you want to
... take your playing to the next level
... expand your repertoire of grooves and harmony
... understand Rhythm and Odd-Metre Rhythms
... learn advanced techniques like the Split Hand and Floating Hand
... achieve independence and freedom in your playing
this course is for you!
"Amazing courses and a great teacher! Every lesson comes with a little composition, so you can practice the new technique and at the same time learn a new piece of music. The courses are perfect for every player, no matter what musical background or experience the have."
- Milena Holtz
"I love that every lesson is explained very clearly and together with the notations of the different rhythms and notes, you can't fail to learn to play the handpan properly. The play along tracks make it pleasant to practice and to keep time (without having to listen to a dull metronome). The courses (level 1 to level 3) consist of challenging techniques, cool rhythms and nice melody lines. An all-in-one package. I can really recommend it!"
- Kristien Dauwe
"Since 3 months I play handpan and already became addicted to it. I'm very very happy with the Handpandojo courses. I learned so much from your aproach. Every detail is worked out very carefully, which provides me a profound fundament."
- Arjen Slot
StartKhaligi 1 - A groovy oriental Rhythm that you also hear in Electronic Music (4:00)
PreviewKhaligi 2 - Ghostnotes turn into Melodies (3:09)
StartKhaligi 3 - Alternative Hand Patterns (2:06)
StartKhaligi 4 - Adding a Chord Progression to the Groove (3:52)
StartKhaligi 5 - This one is a quite a !Challenge! (7:36)
StartChords and Intervals 1 - The Beauty of Thirds (2:24)
StartChords and Intervals 2 - Let's Spice Things Up! (4:52)
StartChords and Intervals 3 - Another Option to Place our Chords (1:37)
StartChords and Intervals 4 - Rhythm, Harmony and Melody - all at the same time! (5:51)
StartChords and Intervals 5 - 6th are like inverted 3rds and share similar properties. (4:44)
After the course you will:
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David has more than 20 years of teaching experience and has toured the world performing percussion and Handpan.
As a soloist he has performed some of the most renowned concerts halls including the Royal Albert Hall and the Berkeley Greek Theater.
He loves the creativity of teaching and draws inspiration, ideas and concepts from various music traditions from around the world.