Discover the music and culture of West Africa in this engaging and beautifully illustrated account of an artist's journey up the Niger River to explore the djembe and dunun music of the Malinké people in Guinea.Djoliba Crossing is a celebration of Mande culture in West Africa, as well as an adventure tale of cultural discovery...and of seeking one's own identity far from home.Filled with narrative...
Hardcover: 182 pages
Publisher: Artemisia Books (November 12, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 8706779
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Author, artist and musician Dave Kobrenski has crafted a work of incredible beauty here that pays tribute to the Malinke people of West Africa. Djoliba Crossing is art of the highest magnitude and belongs in the collection of writers, artists and m...
d historical research, and illustrated with the author's own drawings, paintings, and music transcriptions, Djoliba Crossing depicts a beautiful and often strange land balancing between the world of its ancient traditions and the frontier of modern ideals -- and chronicles an artist's journey deep into realms of the unexpected.182 pages of stories, historical and cultural information, illustrations, rhythm transcriptions, maps, and more.Contains transcriptions for the djembe and dunun parts for rhythms including: Konden, Dunungbe, Taama, Numun, Donso Foli, Mamaya, Bala Kulandyan, Dyènè / Djaa, Mendiani (Hamanah), Soliwulen, and Komodenu.