Rhythms For Djembe And Friends

Kakilambe

------------------------------------------------------------



Origin/Composer(s)
traditional, Guinea (Baga)
Also known as
Kaki Lambe, Kakelambe, Kake Lambe
Notations
[TXT] [PDF (30 k)] [PS (16 k)]
MIDI Files
[MID (2 k)] (djembe 1) [MID (888 b)] (djembe 4) [MID (2 k)] (dundun) [MID (3 k)] (sangban) [MID (9 k)] (all duns) [MID (14 k)] (all parts)
High quality sound samples
[congafriday]
External Links
[wap] [djembe.net] [djembeboomboom] [Jim Salem] [djembemande] [Clark's Cultural Context] [drums.org] [google]
Note
There is also a binary (4/4) version of Kakilambe. See drums.org for a discussion of its roots.
 
Database entry
#36, updated 2015-01-04

A few explanations may be found in Explanation of rhythms' listing. For the notation (especially for TXT and PDF versions) I used my Plain Text Notation. Please, do not forget that non-traditional rhythms are copyrighted.


Kakilambe
URL: http://www.fam.tuwien.ac.at/~schamane/data/audio/rhythms/kakilambe
Last modification: 2013-10-20
Copyright 2013-2017 by Andreas Schamanek
Home page: https://fam.tuwien.ac.at/~schamane/
Letters to author: andreas.schamanek@tuwien.ac.at
Switch colors and themes: [w/b] [b/w] [y/b]
Imprint (Impressum)