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On this day we had good time discussing about Sungura genre hi-hat patterns and more details about the genre. Many thanks to the facilitators Clive Mono Mkukundu, Carltom Mparutsa, Givemore Chokumanyara and the moderator Collen Tom.
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Watch Prince Dzuwa's drum solo at Houz of Gruv Studios. This is the first of a series we have titled Houz Visits which features musicians that come through to visit the Houz of Gruv Studio in Harare, Zimbabwe. All musicians are welcome to come through for a Houz Visit. CONNECT WITH US Facebook: Houz of Gruv Instagram: 🤍houzofgruv BUSINESS Make a booking for your rehearsal on +263778199000. Creating a platform for Zimbabwean musicians. #drummer #drumsolo #zimbabweanmusic
Zim has got talent. A man playing six traditional drums.
October 4th in Harare, Zimbabwe, and Blessing Chimanga gives the crowd at Goethe Institute a performance with flow, love and humor. Connect with him via facebook at: 🤍
Zim Morden Drumming is a project aim to showcase the Morden Drumming of Zimbabwe rhythm styles. Like any other setup, two drumsets and one percussion can be played together. On this clip two drummers and one percussionist collaborate to play Dendera Style Drumming which is popular style in Zimbabwe. The style originally founded by the Chimbetu family. Drummers. Carlton Mparutsa ( drummer), Othnell Moyo ( percussionist) and Collen Tom( drummer). Credits. Dendera Style : Chimbetu Back Track: Producer Charles Ibeki.
AFRIY DRUMS ON A ‘’SEBENE BEAT FROM CONGO’’ INCORPORATES AND TEACHES BASIC FILLS TO IT. I do not own rights to the background music. Here is a link to the ORINAL TRACK 🤍
Full Playlist: 🤍 - - Cool Essentials for every Drummer: Vic Firth ESB Essentials Stick Bag: 🤍 Zildjian Cymbal Gig Bag: 🤍 Evans 2-Sided Practice Pad: 🤍 Hearos High Fidelity Earplugs with Case: 🤍 Gibraltar SC-4244 Standard Drum Key: 🤍 Watch more How to Play African Drums videos: 🤍 We wanna show you some good patterns there are for beginners, for the djembe drums, from West Africa. For me, my favorite one is to play 3 tones and 5 slaps, but instead of playing them straight I'm gonna swing the rhythm and this is gonna help me learn the feeling of the West Africa music as well as change my technique from the tone to the slap. I play 3 tones, then I play 5 slaps. Tone, slap. An then I put it together and I let it breath. Helps me keep time and helps me feel the swing of the West Africa music. When I'm comfortable I can go faster. I can play faster. Even faster. That's my favorite hand pattern. So my, I have a different one, different idea. How to help you very begging, how to do the thing you get it. So my, I can start with the tone, then I can go the slap, then I can go to bass. So if I do all that together, I can do, then I go to slap, then one bass. If I want to go slow, if a want to go a little more faster I can go. If I want to go fast. This is it, djembe power for the beginners.
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Zimbabwean great drummers collaborate to make this project successful. Zim Modern Drumming Vol 1, DVD that features 3 styles from Zimbabwe namely , Sungura, Dendera and and Mbakumba. Collen Tom, Carlton Mparutsa and Othnell Mangoma are the 3 participants on this project. DVD COMING SOON....!!!!!#zimmoderndrummingvol1...
The pioneering and groundbreaking hip-hop crew, one of the first rap groups from Africa to make a splash worldwide, takes the stage as a preview concert for the Center’s upcoming One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide festival. You can join us in person or visit us online at 🤍 There, we broadcast each night's performances LIVE as well as make over 2,500 past performances available in our video archives. For more information about Zimbabwe Legit, please visit 🤍
The Zimbabwe Folklore Drummers Camp so drummers from all corners of Zimbabwe meeting and exploring Zimbabwean rhythms. Here is a video from January 2016.
Short excerpt from M'Bemba's instructional DVD "Wamato", produced by Wula Drum. Each Instructional DVD includes: -The Breaks (starting and stopping signals) -Three Djembe Accompaniments for each rhythm -Dundun / Songba / Kenkeni parts for each rhythm -Ensemble Demonstration (slow and fast tempos) -Ensemble Demonstration w/ Solo (slow and fast tempos) -History and cultural explanation of each rhythm Interview with M'bemba Bangoura -Improvised Djembe solo by M'bemba Bangoura -Improvised Djembe solo by Laurent Camara -Improvised Balaphone solo by Famaro Dioubate -Outtakes from the making of the DVD Only at Wula Drum Online! 🤍
Coming Home performance. Credit: William Ramsay the arranger.#Music Crossroads Academy Zimbabwe.
Just a quick video to try out some drumming and recording with my new mics: Kick: Sennheiser E 602 II Evolution Toms: Electro-Voice PL-35 Overheads: Røde M5 Snare top: Shure SM57 Snare bottom: Behringer C-2 Hihat: Behringer C-2 - Preamps: Focusrite Clarett 2Pre + Behringer ADA8200 - Some quick EQ'ing and compressor in Logic Pro X. Drumkit: Gretsch New Classic Sabian HHX and AAX cymbals Evans drum heads (Onyx over EC Reso) Music/arrangement © Eirik Hoff Walmsness (2019)
Full Playlist: 🤍 - - Cool Essentials for every Drummer: Vic Firth ESB Essentials Stick Bag: 🤍 Zildjian Cymbal Gig Bag: 🤍 Evans 2-Sided Practice Pad: 🤍 Hearos High Fidelity Earplugs with Case: 🤍 Gibraltar SC-4244 Standard Drum Key: 🤍 Watch more How to Play African Drums videos: 🤍 Speaker 1: This is the difference between the conga and the djembe. If you look closely, you see the conga is a little taller, djembe in this time is a little shorter. The tension on the skin is achieved by the pulling with these metal rods. The djembe is with a rope. Okay? The bass that comes out of this small bottom is played here. Your bass? My tone is played here. Speaker 2: My tone is right here. Speaker 1: My slap has an advance from the tone area to the slap area like this. More center. Speaker 2: So my slap doesn't go in the center. My slap stays into the drum. My slap is like this. Speaker 1:Wow. I hope everybody caught that. We're going to play a little bit for you to show you the color and sound of this wonderful instrument playing with another wonderful instrument. The conga and the djembe. Now you've heard the difference in sound, but there's really not that many differences. You can appreciate the differences in both instruments, the conga and the djembe.
The raw power and energy of Jalikunda's djembe drumming riveted the attention and delighted the crowd that attended the 1st African Music Festival on the tiny Island of Montserrat in the Caribbean in 2013. The festival, held in Salem Cricket ground, was repeated the next year and on popular request, Jalikunda returned and wowed the crowds in Montserrat again.
Ngoni Chikuse came through for a Houz Visit. Watch this video to see one of Zimbabwe’s drummers perform a pretty insane drum solo. Have you been following our Houz Visits series? This is Houz Visit #07. Follow this series to get to know your local musicians. * Musicians are welcome to come through for a Houz Visit. Please remember to check beforehand to see if we don't have a Houz of Gruv Session or Rehearsal Booking during the time you would like to come through. #drummerboy #zimbabwe #drumsolo We do not own the rights to this music.
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