Dunumbe - traditional djembe, dundun drum rhythm

Other drum Notation for Dunumbe

Dundunbe - solo phrase

This is an original solo phrase from Famoudou Konate. It can be played for Dundunba rhythm. The C are muted slaps with the skin muted by a flat left hand

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Dundunbe

Dunungbè (Dunumbe) or Kon originates from Hamana, Siguiri and Kankan. The Dunungbè is called the \"Mother of all dunumba-rhythms\" (about 20): the dance of the strong men. The Kenkeni pattern is typical for all Dununba\'s.

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Dundunbe

Dunungbè (Dunumbe) or Kon originates from Hamana, Siguiri and Kankan. The Dunungbè is called the \"Mother of all dunumba-rhythms\" (about 20): the dance of the strong men. The Kenkeni pattern is typical for all Dununba\'s.

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Dundunbe Doundounba

Dunungbè (Dunumbe) or Kon originates from Hamana, Siguiri and Kankan. The Dunungbè is called the \"Mother of all dunumba-rhythms\" (about 20): the dance of the strong men. The Kenkeni pattern is typical for all Dununba\'s.

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