What’s Your Deal?: Putri Yamini Al-Haqni

Putri + timpani Woman Timpanist

About Me:

My name is Haqni and I have been studying drums since I was 10-years-old. I was born March 13, 1987 in Jakarta. I started off playing percussion in the junior high school band and have had countless appearances since. When I was 18-years-old I decided to continue my studies at the Institute of Art and chose to study percussion in the performing arts. I have been leaning on the marimba, xylophone, and timpani.

The first song I learned was Hanson’s “Mmbop” when I was 10-years-old. When I was 15-years-old, I formed a hardcore band and played music like Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, and learned how to do double pedal for the first time.

Since I went to college to learn classical percussion, I started playing in an orchestra on timpani, marimba, or cymbal. I learned also from bookes to gain skill such as Rock, Jazz & Funk Drumming bu Jim Latta, Crosstraining: A Method for Applying Rhythms and Techniques to Drumset, Hand Percussion, and mallet Instrument by Rob lewis, The Everything Rock Drums Book by Eric Starr, The Ultimate Play-a-long by Rick Gratton, and Advanced Funk Studies by Rick Latham. I never got to meet these people in person but they are my teachers and and I thank them for the lessons they gave by book and CD.

Gear
Pearl All Maple Shell 1992
Toms 10¨&12″
Floor Toms 14″&16″
snare 14″& 6,5″
Bass Drum 21″
Cymbal Hi hat zildzian 14 ” ¡, Avidis Custom, Saybian HH XPlosion 16″
Saybian HH Extrem 16″
Cymbal splash 8″ paiste 2002
right cymbal saybian hand hamered 20 rock ride
China 18″ paiste 2002
twin pedal pearl power shifter 2001
jamblock latin stand gebraltar and pead gebraltar
all stands are pearl
the color wood natural finished
drumhead pinstripe call toms and floor tom
bass drum power stroke 3
snare weatherskin cs blackdot


Send your story, a pic, and recordings to web@tomtommag.com

 

Previous ArticleNext Article

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.