African Percussion: The Djembe with Cd (African Percussion) by Serge Blanc

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M dnol~ ~~ulud~s u 10 ~lud --- - y- - - - 't/b"Q3~O)J ~ " F rom the Wolof ethnic group, the Dakar region of Senegal. in In this country, the most common instrument is the sabar,a skin drum played with one hand and a thin wooden stick. It is set on the ground or strapped to the side of the body. The rhythm and dance stepswere named for this drum. There are several styles of sabar dancing. The best known are the "air conditioner", consisting of unveiling the pentelu(l) to the musicians and the audience, and the "fan", where hip rolls provoke a circular movement of the buttocks.

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