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By Joe Chisham, Lauren Elmer and Owen Steel
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African drums are musical instruments, ceremonial objects and means of communication. Traditional African music creates an atmosphere of warmth, a closeness and a completely different relationship between people. Drums and the voice are the main sources of African music. The most common drums are…
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Call and response is used throughout Africa as a way of contacting others. The tribe or people of the village will know what certain repetitions on the drum or what certain calls mean. And example of this is a song is…
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Unformatted text preview: Other Musical Instruments Ocarina- an ancient flute-like wind instrument Xylophone- a percussion instrument with wooden bars Kora- west African harp lute Mbira- also known as the thumb piano Sakara- a drum consisting of a ring-shape made of clay and covered with animals skin Yenca- a gourd containing seeds that make the sound. Gonkogui- a traditional double bell. Thank you for Watching W e ar e now going t o per for m a t r adit ional Afr ican song w hich or igin at ed fr om Ghana...
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