‘Sorsornet’ Djembe and Dundun Ensemble – Simple Version

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Sorsornet is a West African rhythm/dance from the Baga people of Western Guinea. It’s played as part of a Mask dance/ritual. This arrangement features simple rhythms for Djembe, Dundun, and Seke Seke (Shaker/rattle).

For more on these types of rhythms, See Mamady Keita’s Book, A Life for the Djembe and study with experienced teachers.

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Alberto Balsam says:


Andrew Del Russo says:

Very cool! It’s a fun one for sure

Sonic Gumdrops says:

Cool… they’ve divided the 3 pitches between the drums (& 3 people) from low to high the way a modern (single) drummer might do over the toms ~ each part is so simple yet combined, they make for such dynamic movement Fun! Thanks 🙂

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