Kadan - traditional djembe, dundun drum rhythm

Other drum Notation for Kadan

Kadan Sangban

Kadan, a Malinke-rhythm from the Kankan, Kouroussa and Siguiri areas in Guinee, is one of the (about 20) dunumba-rhythms. The dunumba-rhythms are traditionally only danced by men: \"The dance of the strong men\". The Kadan is a dance for the bilakoros (non-circumcized children). \'Kadan\' (liana bracelet in Malinke) is both the name of these anklets (6 to 8 in number) and of the dance. The bilakoros are the specialists in this dance, which pople come and watch like a show. The anklets clink agianst each other, while the (solo)phrases of djembe, dounodun and sangban correspond to the steps. While the breaks presented here are played, it\'s very nice if the kenkeni continous at all times. I yo dala oo-ee, san da la oo, I yo ya na dja bilakoro jee don da Bafa bilakoro !, kanti da dinda ..here come the bilakoros, dancing the Kadan....

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Kadan - dundunba

Kadan, a Malinke-rhythm from the Kankan, Kouroussa and Siguiri areas in Guinee, is one of the (about 20) dunumba-rhythms. The dunumba-rhythms are traditionally only danced by men: \"The dance of the strong men\". The Kadan is a dance for the bilakoros (non-circumcized children). \'Kadan\' (liana bracelet in Malinke) is both the name of these anklets (6 to 8 in number) and of the dance. The bilakoros are the specialists in this dance, which pople come and watch like a show. The anklets clink agianst each other, while the (solo)phrases of djembe, dounodun and sangban correspond to the steps. While the breaks presented here are played, it\'s very nice if the kenkeni continous at all times. I yo dala oo-ee, san da la oo, I yo ya na dja bilakoro jee don da Bafa bilakoro !, kanti da dinda ..here come the bilakoros, dancing the Kadan....

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