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‘One who gives the djembe voice’
19 September 2006, 12:25 PM
Filed under: Drums,

That’s what Djembefola means.
The website list some events up in Ireland. It has some very nifty flash movies to teach you Abondon and Kuku rhythm patterns. By far, I think the flash video is better embeded to the website, so, it becomes very useful as a learning tool.
Still amazes me the cultural delight for drumming, perhaps the most antique music expression constructed by humans. People from all over the globe feel a similar connection while creating music.

3 Comments to “‘One who gives the djembe voice’”

  1. James says:

    The aim of is also to facilitate learning from each other as a community through our forum.

    I think we have a lot we can learn from each other! :o)

  2. JT says:

    That djembefola site from ireland has the second part of kuku wrong and the hand sequence on the first djembe part is also incorrect.

  3. James says:

    Hi JT, This is James from djembefola here. I’d like to discuss, what you think is wrong about it.

    Any chance of you emailing me (james at djembefolaDotcom)or registering on our forum.

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