- Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:32 am #24708
Ever hear of a rhythm called dydanba or gydanba? Does it have another name, or is it just really obscure?
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.
Hello everybody,bkidd wrote:Famoudou Konate - Rhythmem Der Malinke, track 1
Billy Konate - Siyara Manden Mansa, track 5
Mansa Camio - N'Koke, track 2
For all those people in lack of your CD -- could you provide some notation here??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.
Kenkeni o.o.o..o.o.. Sangban o..x..o..x.. Dununba o.o........o
Yes, correct. Daniel, you lost your bet! Probably, Camio just went with Hans and Uli Sterr and the other people he played with for the recording, and they probably got it from Famoudou.bkidd wrote: Correct?