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Last updated 9 October 2014


Kemoba is ‘grandfather’ in the Malinke. Grandpa points to responsibilities and the youth reacts with: ‘There you have grandpa again!’, But must also regularly admit that grandpa has wisdom of life that is valuable to youth. Mamoudou ‘Delmundo’ Keïta, indicated that a tandi pattern is part of the rhythm (a small metal drum that is played with a small stick). This pattern can be imitated by striking an open (high) one on a second note.

Kemoba, iba ra folé sidi Kemoba

Lessons from Mamoudou ‘Delmundo’ Keïta’