Kakilambe Intro Explained

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The unexpected tutorial
I was intending to summarize some concepts and instructions at the end of a workshop but after while I realized I had laid down a pretty decent tutorial. So here its is for everybody.
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Prague November 2016

flexible
Gentle and Creative
People generally think I am not interested in teaching to beginners. In fact I enjoy very much starting from there. Nothing to rebuild, enthusiasm, freshness... The Prague beginner sessions were especially enjoyable, we were able to be creative while learning. Thumbs up!
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Pattern Embellishment

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Pattern embellishment - explained
It's not easy to see what is hidden behind advanced embellishments. In this tutorial I will explain the "what" the "why" and the "how" from one isolated sound to a classic solo pattern you certainly have already heard.

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Focus On Patterns!

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I was first exposed to djembe music in 1973 when I heard Fode YOULA playing on Claude NOUGARO’s album "Locomotive d’or". A few years later I went to Africa and began to learn. Over years I have seen changes happening about the way this music is taught by Africans. Emergence of beat tapping is one of them.
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Try Yourself With A Bass Djembe

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Rhythms, sound, technique…
Sometimes it's just good to play it simple. Time to take some rest with speed, sharp slaps and other killer licks.
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Easy Kakilambe

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Some grooves are difficult to play because of structure, phrasing, speed.
Some are easy because their individual parts just blend nicely already without the use of advanced skills. I arranged EASY KAKILAMBE for three djembes with this option in mind.
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