thanks. As I am much less knowing of these things, I was just locked on the djembe accompaniment, wich I had never heard before. Though Lopez changes it when Sibo starts soloing.
Is it on more than one rythm?
sorry for my ignorance.
Lopez appears on the "les genies du djembe" dvd from les percussiond de guinée, doesn't he?
and who is this guy playing here with bangourake? at the end, when they get to the floor
the dunumba player is Lancei Kante... can you tell me who are the others.
One thing I was thinking about was to create a thread about noumoudy keita. I've heard so much almost mistical things about him, but there seems not to exist footage of him. I know guedom menciones he is at the video from youtube where you can see mamady I think at famoudou's house, with famoudou, lancei kante, Koungbanan
but I can't tell who he is
Shall we start a thread about how the young guys no longer have any respect for the older generation and the traditions
I don't know. Things have evolved so much since the creation of the ballets. The old masters are disapearing and the roots are at the villages. I think we are very lucky to have caught this moment in time where tradition is somewhat alive.
The ballets on one hand gathered traditions from all over guinea and the same in other countries, wich made possible what Mamady passed to the world. But that door that he slightly opened like a thin veil is now wide open and everything is passing both ways without filtering. As I said, being this inevitable, I thing you guys who studied and still do study with the masters are very lucky.
um abraço de Portugal