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Wolosodon

(Djondon, Djon don, Djonjone, Wolossodon, Wollosodong, etc)

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R Clark (editor)
M Wall (editor)

Djembe Boom (wav)

Cross Reference

Djembe Boom
Yapp

Note! Many of the above references have moved to new locations:
R Clark , M Wall / Cross Reference , WAP , Djembe Boom , ADR

The notation for this rhythm may consist of parts, signals, breaks and solos.
You are welcome to add anything that makes this notation more complete!

You are also welcome to suggest additional links for the external resource section above!


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Djembe bb-bs-s-bb-b-tt-
Djembe ttss--ssttss--ss *
Djembe s--ss-b-s--ss-b-
> 123456123456
Djembe t-sb-st-sb-s
Djembe s-ts--s-ts--

The way Ive 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 Im 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.
Lennart Hallstrom, Sweden <lennart.hallstrom@djembe.net>
Visit my website at: www.djembe.net


(The above notation is the lastest entry!)

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