Taama - Paul Nas
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Taama is a Dununba-rhythm from the Malinke-people in Guinea. This Taama ‘shows the way the people of Hamana walk’. I have found some differences in the lengths and starting places of the ecauffements as well as for the entry of the call.

Dji kambora ee, Amana le dununba kambora eee

Lessen: Ibro Konate en Ponda O’ Bryan (Fankani 2004)
Written material: Åge Delbanco and Anton Kamp.
Media: CD ‘Hamana’ from Mamady Keita and CD ‘Guinea: Malinke rhythms and songs’ van Famoudou Konate

Last updated 1 July 2005