Takosaba - Paul Nas
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Takosaba

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Takosaba , a Malinke-rhythm is one of the dunumba-rhythms. The dunumba-rhythms are traditionally only danced by men: ‘The dance of the strong men’. Takosaba means ‘to take three times’, which refers to a dance step.

Sources
Written material: CD leaflet from ‘Hamana’ CD by Mamady Keïta, ‘Mamady Keïta; A Life for the Djembé’ by Ushi Bilmeijer, Åge Delbanco (from Bangaly ‘Blacky’ Konaté, Rafaël Kronberger and Paul Janse.
CD’s: ‘ Rhythmen der Malinke’ by Famoudou Konaté and ‘Hamana’ by Mamady Keïta.

Last updated 4 December 2005