Fankani - Paul Nas
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Last updated 15 October 2012

A popular Malinke-rhythm of salutation. In the area of Mandiana it’s played as important people come to the village incidentally also played during full moon ceremonies. Also often heard during weddings baptisms and many other festivities. Fankani is dance for woman without specific dance steps.

Lessons from Martin Bernhard
Written material from Åge Delbanco. Mamady Keïta and Stephan Rigert.