Sarah'sConcertReport4

Sarah'sConcertReport4 - Sarah Luposello HOM 195 October...

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Sarah Luposello HOM 195 Dr. Hutchinson October 1 st , 2011 Concert Report 4: African Drumming Workshop On September 20 th , 2011, I attended the African Drumming Workshop lab for HOM 195 at Sky Barn hosted by Biboti Ouikahilo & Wacheva. While I was moderately familiar with African Drumming prior to this workshop/concert, I was not at all prepared for what was in store. When I was in high school, every year in the music department, we celebrated a different culture’s music— and my senior year, we focused on African music in all forms, but specifically, drumming and mallet percussion. We managed to include African-inspired pieces in our band concert selection, and hosted various performers from different parts of Africa. Thus, when Biboti and Dr. Hutchinson spoke of the incredibly polyrhythmic nature of the African drumming music, I felt comfortable and familiarized with the terms. Because of the experiences I had with African music in high school, I was expecting no surprises at all, yet I managed to surprise
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course MUS 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Syracuse.

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