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Denadon (Dennadon)
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with break and echauffement
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with short solo
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Diaka (Djaka, Dja Ka)
Origin: Mali
Description:
The dance of Diaka is reserved to the girls. The men and the married women cannot dance it. This way the girls remunerate the djembefola for playing for them Saturday and Sunday afternoon. This practice is common in all Mali. The rhythm is played only with Djembe and Sangban (without Kenkeni and Dununba).
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with Break and Solo. This version should be from Burkina Faso

Diansa (Djansa, Dansa, Danza)
Origin: Mali region Kayes ethnic group Kayes
Description:
Diansa is a popular rhythm which is played at all occasions.
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment, Djembe call/reply and Dunun echauffement - version 1
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with short solo - version 2
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with solo, break and echauffement (supposed to come from Burkina Faso) - version 3
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with solo original by Mamady Keita - version 4
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Dibon II
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Dunun accompaniment
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Dioula Don
Origin: Burkina Faso
Description:
This rhythm is played during the seven day lasting festival of a wedding.
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Djembe and Dunun accompaniment with solo

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