Video of Tiriba djembe accompaniment

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"Tiriba (Triba) is from the Laduma-people, from the Boke and Boffa area in the West of Guinea. Through the years Tiriba has been given different meanings. In the oldest period Tiriba was a great dancer who performed with a group of percussionists. Dancing in a special costume he was called "the Tiriba" . This Tiriba-dance is no longer danced, but the rhythm is played very often. Later the rhythm got popular with initiations, as girls became woman; a dance where mothers and their daughters dance together. The rhythm is a ternairy rhythm, but there is also a "modern" binairy version (by Arafan Touré)." c WAP-pages. Paul Nas.

Bluejay says:

Well . . . I learned three completely different djembe patterns for Tiriba!




Antoino Parker says:

I would love to hear how these all come together




Kilikak says:

The very first two notes of the call is not a flam. It\'s more like two separate but close notes, thus the first 2 notes and the next one sound like a mini-roll. I hope this helps.




premdas1 says:

good, continue like this!




bill says:

Would it be possible to slow down the three video lessons? Or have the option to play at slow, medium then fast? Also could GDgdPT be used for the notation as an option? Simply cannot keep up, Pa and Ta get knotted up. I guess I need a lot more practice exercises under my belt before attempting kuku!




robinfinland says:

I have the same as Bluejay... The call was the same. Tiriba 1 was also, but just started with the left hand and Tiriba 2 was very different from this number 2. Otherwise fun to watch and of course also fun to learn these patterns!




Daryl says:

As a beginning drummer, this forum is an excellent place to allow me to "self study "and gain the proficiency and confidence needed to continuing my journey down the road to "Djembe Joy" Much Gratitude to the Djembefola Team.




Daryl says:

As a beginning drummer, this forum is an excellent place to allow me to "self study "and gain the proficiency and confidence needed to continuing my journey down the road to "Djembe Joy" Much Gratitude to the Djembefola Team.




ezkerti says:

i would like to see more video lessons




grache01 says:

Use these videos to learn the rhythm, but don\'t copy the bad technique for tones and slaps... you should be hitting your drum so that the fatty part of your hand where your finger meet the hand is hitting the rim.




smallito says:

I\'m a new player and I\'m looking forward to learning more with the help of everyone




Nigel Martin says:

Thank you ,great ,useful site.




raseno says:

nice




madness says:

can anyone explain what is flerm ? :)





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