Rhythms For Djembe And Friends



traditional, Guinea (Sousou)
Also known as
Djankadi, Yankadia
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From: "djembesilo" <ravey@oz...>, Date: Thu Nov 18, 2004 1:28 pm, To: Djembe-L@yahoogroups: (...)
Yankadi originally came from Burkina Faso/Ivory Coast as well (and some say Sierra Leone!) It is a Burkinabe word for "It's good here!" which is another way of saying "Welcome". The Susu merely adapted it to the Djembe and combined it with Makru. (...) Drew
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/djembe-l/message/17290

Database entry
#23, updated 2014-11-03

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.

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