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Scarica Yoruba - Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria Gratis
  • Interprete: Yoruba
  • Titolo: Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria
  • Genere: Folk - Country
  • Catalogo #: FE 4441
  • Etichetta: Folkways Records
  • Paese: US
  • Stile: Field Recording, Religious
  • Dimensione FLAC 1687 mb
  • Dimensione MP3: 2762 mb
  • Registra da Vinyl, LP, Album, Yellow Transparent


1Bata Drums: For Eshu
2Bata Drums: For Shapana
3Bata Drums: For Egungun
4Dundun Drums And Shekere Rattles
5Igbin Drums
6Bata Drums: For Shango
7Bata Drums: For Orishanla
8Dundun Drums (Individual Parts)
9Dundun Drums (Talking Drums)
10Bata Drums: For Oya


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
P 441Yoruba Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria ‎(LP, Album)Folkways Records, Folkways RecordsP 441USUnknown
FE 4441, FE4441Yoruba Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria ‎(LP, Album)Folkways Records, Folkways RecordsFE 4441, FE4441US1956
FE 4441, FE4441Yoruba Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria ‎(LP, Album)Folkways Records, Folkways RecordsFE 4441, FE4441US1956
FE 4441Yoruba Drums Of The Yoruba Of Nigeria ‎(LP, Album)Folkways RecordsFE 4441USUnknown


Includes an 8-page black and white insert with release notes and photographs

Codici a barre

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): P 441-A FE 4441 A BR DH
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): P4441 13 x 7✓



Album 1953 12 Songs. Dundun Drums. music is the music of the Yoruba people of Nigeria, Togo, and Benin. It is perhaps best known for its extremely advanced drumming tradition, especially using the dundun hourglass tension drums. Yoruba folk music became perhaps the most prominent kind of West African music in Afro-Latin and Caribbean musical styles it left an especially important influence on the music used in Santería practice and the music of Cuba. For a comprehensive discussion of Yoruba music, see Bode Omojola's book. This collection of Nigerian drum music demonstrates the rich textures of the three-legged sacred Igbin drums which one plays with hands and sticks, the Dundun or pressure drum which plays not only rhythm but melody, and the two-toned Bata drums which are unique to the Yoruba people. Track Listing. Igbin Drums. Recorded in 1987 Featured here are the complex rhythms of the and drum ensembles used in Yoruba religious cult worship and divination. These Yoruban of the Yoruba of Nigeria. On Tuesday night, SOB's presented Yoruba music from the old country - Nigeria - by the Muraina Oyelami ensemble, a trio of drummers and a dancer from the town of Erin Osun in the Province of Oyo in southwestern Nigeria. With two dun-duns and a third, bowl-shaped drum, the trio played drum pieces dedicated to some of the Yoruba orishas deities, pieces that started out with stark, insistent rhythms and accelerated to exuberant climaxes -especially when an audience member began dancing. Drums Yoruba of Nigeria . has been added to your Cart. Add gift options. Have one to sell. Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. African Moods - Miombo Drums, Yoruba Operations. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. By Gabriela Helfet. April 10, 2018 In News. Hypnotic, spiritual rhythms. Soul Jazz Records is releasing a new double album, Yoruba Songs and Rhythms For The Yoruba Gods In Nigeria, showcasing traditional Yoruba music from Lagos. Read more: 10 records that define Soul Jazz. Co-produced by Blo founding member Laolu Akins and Soul Jazz Records Stuart Baker, its 10 tracks include traditional spiritual songs alongside instrumental cuts. Yoruba features local drummers led by Olatunji Samson Sotimirin on Bata, Dundun and talking drums, and singers featuring the lead vocals of Janet Olufanmilayo Ab. For Yoruba people, ceremonies dictate the kind of drums to use. Here is a look at some of these important drums. Gangan Dundun Talking Drum: Gangan is also known as 'Talking drums'. It holds a special place in the tradition of the Yoruba people, and its use in Yoruba folklore cannot be overemphasized. Ashiko: Another important musical instrument among the Yoruba people, Ashiko is a tapered cylindrical shaped drum with its head on the wide end and its narrow end open. Its usually made with hardwood and goatskin hide, played with the hands and tuned by ropes. They are mostly used in festivals and community celebrations

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