Balafon meeting Presentation groups - Paul Nas
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Balafon meeting Presentation groups

FILMPJES PRESENTATIES LESGROEPEN BALAFOON MEETING

Pupils practice during the Balafon Meeting with ‘Bo Yaro’, the balafon piece that is played in supporting the work on land. Work vitamins while the power of the young Bobo man is praised! (video made by Albert Cornelissen)

Hoeksche Waard class plays the balafon piece ‘Fantanmankene’ in which is called to support the sick (woman) and to allow her to strengthen her with different food. (video by Albert Cornelissen).

De Bilt-class plays ‘Kanouzo’ a balafoon song about ‘the sweetest girl in the village’. (video by Karin van Leengoed).

De Bilt-class plays ‘Sinte Konofe’ a bala piece from Burkina Faso that says that nature / god has a solution for everything. Balafoonmeeting 2017, Tilburg, the Netherlands. (Film by Hugo van Casteren).

Hanneke Duijkers plays ‘Wa Ere’, a song that calls to enjoy life. (film made by Hugo van Casteren)

Hanneke Duijkers plays ‘Bazani’, an ode to a freedom fighter from Mali, early last century. She plays the first part together with a looper-bass position that shows how she studies ball pieces at home. (film made by Hugo van Casteren)

Balafon group Hakiri (group Roermond with extra percussionists and singers) plays ‘Famaden Korobo’, which warns you not to tell important people about you the entrusted secrets. (film material from Yvonne Smeelen and Albert Cornelissen)

Balafon group Hakiri (class Roermond with extra percussionists and singers) plays ‘Ba Lo We A We Lo’, a song that tells you to work first, before you can harvest. (footage from Hugo van Casteren)

Balafon group Hakiri (group Roermond with extra percussionists and singers) ‘Djeneba’ plays a balafon piece that uses mind to wit. (movie by Yvonne Smeelen)