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don, Djonjone, Wolossodon, Wollosodong, etc)
Note! Many of the above references
have moved to new locations:
R Clark , M
Wall / Cross Reference , WAP
, Djembe Boom
The notation for this rhythm may consist of parts, signals, breaks and
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|The way I´ve learned this dance from my
favourite male African dance performer Abdoulaye Camara, it comes in
three parts, starting with a 4 count rhythm that is followed by a slow
6 count rhythm and finishes with a very fast 4 count rhythm. The first
two parts are taken from the Djembe Boom Boom site that is linked above.
The third part is the simplified part I´m used to. The first 6 count
part is taken from the Yapp pages (see link above) and the second one
is again the simplified variation I am used to.
(The above notation
is the lastest entry!)
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