There are many Brazilian styles of music that are traditionally played with pandeiro, tamborim, surdo, agogo bells, claves, and other instruments. These styles have grooves that can been adapted for one player on the drum set. When these grooves are performed correctly, the various instruments around the drum set represent a group of percussionists or drummers. For example, the drummer can play the agogo bell part on the ride cymbal bell, the clave part on the left hand, or the surdo part on the bass drum or tom toms. The bossa nova and more up-tempo samba are two of the most common grooves played on the drum set.