I do not understand what the "down" symbol means
If you go down the page you can hear the rhythmic pattern by clicking on the ear, you will see that some instruments start after others. Do you know why?
At last, I would want to ask something more: dununba has two different lines, should I start reading the first one and continue with the second one?
djembeweaver wrote:Careful though. The notation and the audio don't quite match up.
Firstly the dunun in the notation is the sangbang on the recording and vice-versa. The dunun is the lowest pitched drum so just switch the labels over in the notation and you'll be OK.
Secondly the notation for dunun and sangban repeats over a four-bar cycle but in the mp3 file they play a basic pattern for many bars then throw in a variation. The basic pattern for each part is contained in the first bar (half of the first line) and the rest is a variation that wouldn't necessarily be played every round.
The basic pattern for each part is contained in the first bar (half of the first line) and the rest is a variation that wouldn't necessarily be played every round.
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