This rhythm is often played at baptisms, weddings, and all other spontaneous celebrations.
Only women perform this dance, though individually, not in a group.
They dance short solos in the center of the circle, accompanied by a drum solo.
bkidd wrote:Famoudou Konate - Rhythmem Der Malinke, track 1
Billy Konate - Siyara Manden Mansa, track 5
Mansa Camio - N'Koke, track 2
Afoba wrote:Famoudou's version has a quite boring and untypical Sangban bell line and won't teach you much). In Hamana most people (or all?) play dyidanba like Camio's dyikaba.
bkidd wrote: Correct?
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