Mamady Keita - African Percussion flac mp3
Mamady Keïta : djembé & chant solo Navy Fiaty : djaraba, kenkeni, kenken Didier Labarre : djembé, dununba, sangban, kenkeni Ken Ndiaye : djembé, dununba, kenkeni. Musiciens invités : Jeanne Baegné (djembé, sangban, kenkeni, dabara, kenken) - Pierre Marcault (djembé, dununba) - Moonha Ndiaye (djabara, kenken). Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
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Sénéké West African Percussion Ensemble is an ensemble of committed artists that.
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Grandmaster Mamady Keïta djembefola & Eitetsu Hayashi acclaimed Japanese taiko drummer perform at National Theatre of Japan. Jalikunda African Drums take the Montserrat African Music Festival by storm. Grandmasters Mamady Keita (djembeföla) and Eitetsu Hayashi (taiko soloist).
United States - NY - New York City. Other Genres You Will Love. World: African World: African- West Moods: Featuring Drums. Michael Markus graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Music degree in Percussion Performance. After graduation, he taught Afro-Cuban drumming while continuing his studies in Kung Fu, African dance, and African drumming at the Agape Institute for Movement Studies in Ithaca, New York with Maurice Haltom. He then moved to New York City where he studied with several masters from Guinea, West Africa including master drummer M'Bemba Bangoura and master dancer Yousouff Koumbassa.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The walls and windows of your house will hum to the percussion. His other CDs feature village style singing, the true African meaning of healing as a community. Drum, sing and dance together and you have the African formula of communal harmony that has been done for thousands of years. Mamady Ijalit Keita is NOT the "Mamady Keita" of fame. This CD is a very good example of a very different style of music, a much more village-style than the crisp productions of the latter. If you approach this disc as more of a field recording of ethnomusicological interest, you will be far more satisfied with it.
Mamady Keïta (surname sometimes also spelled Keita; born August 1950 in Balandougou, Siguiri Prefecture, Kankan Region, Guinea) is a master drummer from the West African nation of Guinea. He specializes in the goblet-shaped hand drum called djembe. He is also the founder of the Tam Tam Mandingue school of drumming.
CreditsMamady Keita - Primary Artist
Sewa Kan - Primary Artist