Foro Bingé - Paul Nas
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Foro Bingé

Last updated 18 September 2014


Foro-Bingé (Founou Bingé) is a rhythm that is traditionally played by the blacksmiths of Northern Ivory Coast (especially the villages Korhoga, Mandially and Sinematjalli). There are two parts a 6/8-part and a 4/4-part. It’s played quite slow.

Lessons from Baba Touré and Haruna Dembele