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Orishas in Music | Roots and Rooted - 0 views

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    Bibliography, discography, videography
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Djembe (Jenbe) Music in Bamako : Microtiming as Formal Model and Performance Practice - 0 views

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    Playing with microtiming is a remarkable feature of musical rhythm in the Western Sudan. Both African and Western musicians and musicologists have time and again wondered at the capability of Malian, Senegambian or Guinean drummers to excitingly place not
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African Instruments: Mbira, Kalimba, Sanza, Likembe, Lukembe... - 0 views

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    names for 'mbira' lamellophones, by region
    mangambeu (22 metal or 18 raffia lamellae), mbo nggo (8 raffia lamellae), mboton, timbrh - Cameroon; sanza (9-12), sanzi (9-12) - Cameroon and Central African Republic; kalimba, lukembe - Congo; fang (6), likembe, kisansi, lukembe (10 wooden lamellae), luba (4), mbanja (8), yombe (10), zande (7) - Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaïre); tom - Ethiopia; aprempensuah - Ghana; bonduma, gbelee, kongoma - Liberia; kalimba, malimba - Malawi; danda, chisanza (22), malimba (26), tomboji, utee - Mozambique; jidiga - Niger; agidigbo (5), akpata, sologun, ubo - Nigeria; mbila dza madeza (27), mbila tshipai (11-18) - Republic of South Africa; bundoma (9, 10), kondi (9), kongoma (3), kututen (9, 11) - Sierra Leone; afosangu - Sudan; chilimba (15), ilimba (36, 55, 66-72), malimba - Tanzania; kadongo/budongo (plural) (10, 14, 15, 17), lukeme - Uganda; kalimba (14), luvale (13) - Zambia; hera (26, 34), karimba (15, 17, 19), matepe (25, 29), mbira dza vadzimu (22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27), mbira dza vaNdau (29, 30, 34), munyonga (47, 52, 56), ndimba (15, 17), njari (29, 36), nyonga nyonga (15), nyunga nyunga (15) - Zimbabwe.
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Haruna Ishola and his Apala Group (Baba Ngani Agba), Late Badejo Okusanya - 34m 23s - M... - 0 views

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    Haruna Ishola and his Apala Group (Baba Ngani Agba)
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ILAM: International Library of African Music - 0 views

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    Founded by Hugh Tracey at Rhodes University
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