Various - African Rhythms And Instruments Vol. 1 album download
Recorded live 26th July to 1st August 1969 during the first Pan-African Cultural Festival in Algiers.
African Rhythms & Instruments: Vol. 1 Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. Tribal Music On Location. World Masters - Beat the Drum. African Drums and Soukouss. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more.
1. Gnaua - Moroccan Gnaua Musicians. 2. Moroccan Wind and Percussion 1 - Moroccan Gnaua Musicians. 3. Moroccan Wind and Percussion 2 - Moroccan Gnaua Musicians. Listen to African Rhythms and Instruments Vol. 3 now. 3 in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
African musical instruments include a wide range of drums, slit gongs, rattles and double bells, different types of harps, and harp-like instruments such as the Kora and the ngoni, as well as fiddles, many kinds of xylophone and lamellophone such as the mbira, and different types of wind instrument like flutes and trumpets. Additionally, string instruments are also used, with the lute-like oud and Ngoni serving as musical accompaniment in some areas. On his album Graceland, the American folk musician Paul Simon employs African bands, rhythms and melodies as a musical backdrop for his own lyrics; especially Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Rhythms of the Continent from the BBC. International Library of African Music at Rhodes University.
PLAY ALL. African Rhythms and Instruments Vol. Released by Lyrichord Aug 2008 12 Tracks.
African Rhythms & Instruments: Vol 1. Cat No: LYRCD 7328 Label: Lyrichord Genre: WORLD. Orchestra of the Sultan of Zinder. African Rhythms & Instruments: Vol 1. Genre: WORLD. Quick View Play all (15). Shawn Leopard & John Paul The Sounds Of Spain Lyrichord Modern Classical, Ambient.
When it comes to musical instruments, the African continent is well-known for its vast instruments. The Kora probably stands out as one of the most famous stringed instruments. It may also come in terms such as Jali. The design of the instruments is almost similar to that of a guitar. It is popular in Senegal, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Burkina Faso, Benin and Mali. Also referred to as a thumb piano, the Kalimba consists of strips placed on a resonator.
|Xylophone, Percussion And Female Voices||6:55|
|Drums And Rattles||6:37|
|Kono, The Sacred Bird Of The Bambaras (Percussion And Female Voices)||1:48|
|Orchestra Of The Sultan Of Zinder||1:10|
|Quallam Girl's Dance||3:08|
|Voices And Percussion||3:57|
|Tiv Music (Oboe And Percussion)||4:13|
|E. Upper Volta|
|Xylophone, Drums, Rattles, Whistle And Voice||6:53|
|Acrobatic Dance Of The Youths||1:53|
|From Dance Of The Seasons||1:41|
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|LLCT 7328||Various||African Rhythms And Instruments Vol. 1 (Cass, Album)||Lyrichord||LLCT 7328||US||Unknown|