not very common when it comes to judge Mamady's class versions, but: I like it!
the same or not the same...
it serves the same musical lines and something more: The longer part being reserved for the dundunba can be find in several rhythms (dibons et al). As it hits the same subject, one special rhythm comes to my mind, that has the same (or let's say: close) job division between Sangban and Dundunba (and Kensedeni, of course). BUT: it's ternary and played like a Dundunba. It's name, too, is Wölö or Wölöba or Wölöbaföli, and here it makes more sense still, as the masks dancing to it are called Wölö. I'll put another video uniting all the three rhythms I was talking about:
The latter (dundunba like) coming first, then the binary one, then the one being known as "Woima" everywhere. Have fun!
traditional malinke music from Upper Guinea
specialist for sangban/dundunba