Donaba - traditional djembe, dundun drum rhythm

Other drum Notation for Donaba

sankaranba

the sankaranba rhythm of baro, babila, koumana and other villages in the hamana and gberedu regions

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sankaranba dundunba

like sangban description

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kensedeni

like for all dundunbas

Donaba Sangban

Donaba, the Malinke word for \"Great (female) Dancer\" is a very ancient Dunumba-rhythm . The song is from more recent date (about 1950), it is in honour of a great dancer living those days in the village were Famoudou Konaté was born. Her name was Mariama Gbe and she invented sometimes new dances and had \"Donaba\" as a nickname.

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Donaba Dundunba

Donaba, the Malinke word for \"Great (female) Dancer\" is a very ancient Dunumba-rhythm . The song is from more recent date (about 1950), it is in honour of a great dancer living those days in the village were Famoudou Konaté was born. Her name was Mariama Gbe and she invented sometimes new dances and had \"Donaba\" as a nickname.

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Related posts in the forum

Here are some posts in the djembe forum related to Donaba

1) Donaba dundun help - notation corrected (whoops)

2) Is there a secondary version of Donaba?










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