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African drumming - inspiration!!!

Discussion in 'Music' started by b.ayengio, May 16, 2011.

  1. Phew! I have just returned from the USA where I have been on
    a residential study course with the world’s two greatest Master Drummers,
    Famoudou Konate and Mamady Keita (both!!) I wasn’t sure, when I went out, if I’d return inspired
    or ready to give up drumming altogether. Luckily, it’s

  2. bod99

    bod99 New commenter

    Mamady is a great teacher. I enjoyed my sessions with him
  3. You were there on his previous UK visit(s)? I wasn't aware of you. Probably in a different class.
    Good times.
    Mamady borrowed my drum and was kind enough to autograph it, last time - very nice, as the new Mamady-endorsed signature djembes are now going for a very lot of money.

  4. Oops. That message was from me. I was signed in as my friend who is staying with us!

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