African drumming on Djembé & Dunduns With Lukas Zimmerli

Welcome at TAXI BROUSSE, the school for Malinke percussion

 

You want to learn how to play African drums?

In this case you're just right here. 

 

At TAXI BROUSSE you learn traditional rhythms from the rich drumming culture of the Malinke People in Hamana (Guinea - West Africa).

 

We are playing on the Dunduns (The three bass drums  - Sangban, Dundunba & Kensedeni) and of course on the Djembé.
 

This music is made for playing together. Because of this learning it makes much more sense with other  people. At TAXI BROUSSE you learn mostly in groups.


You learn the essence of the music, how the different patterns go together, how to communication in between the musicians work and how you make it groovy.  

 

Of course you learn the right technique on the different instruments. So you will be able to play them powerful fluently an ergonomicly.  

 

Beside that you learned a lot about the origin of the rhythms, about the connection between dance and music and the festival culture of the Malinke people. 

 

You can experience how vivid and diverse this music can be and how much communication is hiding within it.

 

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By the way... If you want it, one by one lesson would be possible as well.