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HISTORY

Rutting, whine, laments and shouts, whispers and sing. The penetrating depth of its bass and the clarity of its claps are the evidence of the wealth of its story. It’s the drum with the endless rank, the “one thousand aspects drum”.
This grial formed the hand drum known by the African tribes as D’Jembe, it was inherited b the Melinke and tribes from Sousou of Guinea in Eastern Africa. You can find the cultural and historical roots of these tribes in the great Mali Empire on the Eastern coast of Africa. Its legacy has been preserved along the centuries and you can see them in prayers, laments and narrations from “riots” musicians travelling through the jungle. It’s accompanied by the Cora ( an instrument of chords and box and pumpkin resonance. They instrument and give a voice to the cultural prudences and the historical facts of Sundiata descendants. He was a great warrior from the Mali Empire. They enjoy the special states that were given to them as the “words guardians”(as the Guinea writer  Layer Camara  has said).

Methodology:

D’Jembe study includes:
Different types of sounds
Technical study
Musical reading
African rhythms:Fankani, Kakilambe,Mandiani, Abondan,
Bolokonondo, Lolo, Tiriba, Yankadi, Moribayassa.
Assembling
Polyrhythms