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book in french only:

Riccardo Berrefa, en collaboration avec Fla Production et Djakal, vous présente:

DUNUNBAS : les rythmes du Hamanah.
the rhythms of Hamanah

Retrouvez 36 tournes de "Dununba" dans un seul livre!
Find 36 loop of "Dununba" in one book!

PRÉFACE:
Cet ouvrage ne remplace en aucun cas l’apprentissage auprès d’un maître des percussions mandingues. Il ne détient nullement la vérité, mais il rassemble des connaissances récoltées auprès de maîtres, dans des stages, dans des vidéos, au travers d’échanges entre apprenants, sur les méthodes traditionnelles, etc…

Selon les grands maîtres Mamady Keita et Famoudou Konaté, chantres de la culture percussive guinéenne, il existe environ 35 rythmes traditionnels dans cette famille et ce livre souhaite en rassembler le plus grand nombre.

Dans cet ouvrage, seront abordés les bases rythmiques de chaque rythme, les appels, les accompagnements, le placement de départs sur les Dununs ainsi que quelques variations Sangban et Dunumba. Vous ne trouverez en revanche pas de phrasés solos pour le djembé.
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English:
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This book does not replace any learning with a master of Mandingo percussion. It does not hold the truth, but it brings together knowledge collected from teachers, internships, videos, through exchanges between learners, traditional methods, etc ...

According to the great masters Mamady Keita and Famoudou Konaté, singers of the Guinean percussive culture, there are about 35 traditional rhythms in this family and this book wishes to gather the greatest number.

In this book, we will discuss the rhythmic bases of each rhythm, the calls, the accompaniments, the placement of departures on the Dununs as well as some variations Sangban and Dunumba. On the other hand, you will not find any single phrasing for the djembe.
Les partitions :

1. Bada
2. Gbadalaï
3. Balan-Sonde
4. Bando Djeli
5. Bando Djeli II
6. Baradata-Dunun
7. Baradosa
8. Bolokonondo
9. Bolokonondo II
10. Damba
11. Demosoni-Kelen
12. Djorro
13. Donaba
14. Dunun-Gbe ou Kon
15. Dunun-Kuda
16. Gberedu
17. Gberedu II
18. G'Bereduka
19. Gbunkundo
20. Kadan
21. Kamerenèn
22. Kibalen-Dunun
23. Kon-Massi
24. Konkoba-Dunun
25. Konowulen
26. Konowulen II
27. Kuraba-Don
28. Kurussikolon
29. Nantalomba
30. Selimafo
31. Sumato-Dunun
32. Taama
33. Takonani
34. Takosaba
35. Takosaba II
36. Takowörö

Des Breaks et des Intros
Breaks and Intros

1. Break 1 (Kadan)
2. Break 2 (Kadan)
3. Break 3 (kadan)
4. Break 4 (kon)
5. Break 5 (kon) Moins

Pour acheter: / To Buy:

http://dununbas.simplesite.com
or by mail
Riccardo
Djakal

Tarif / Rate
- 20€ : 1 livre /book
- 1.5€ : Frais de prt en europe / shipping costs in europe

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#39390
freddbox wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 6:16 pm
In this book, we will discuss the rhythmic bases of each rhythm, the calls, the accompaniments, the placement of departures on the Dununs as well as some variations Sangban and Dunumba.
The description is a bit unclear to me. What is "placement of departures"? Does the notation include the echauffement patterns for the sangban and dundunba? I would like to see a few sample pages from the book to see the type of notation used and how its structured.
#39391
korman wrote:
Mon Mar 25, 2019 10:34 am
freddbox wrote:
Sun Mar 24, 2019 6:16 pm
In this book, we will discuss the rhythmic bases of each rhythm, the calls, the accompaniments, the placement of departures on the Dununs as well as some variations Sangban and Dunumba.
The description is a bit unclear to me. What is "placement of departures"? Does the notation include the echauffement patterns for the sangban and dundunba? I would like to see a few sample pages from the book to see the type of notation used and how its structured.
my guess is that it's where and to start/end your general solo and echauffements. dunun rhythms are pretty specific in that regard.