The impressions - rhythm! b/w star bright


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Off to Japan again! This time we'll be playing May 25th till 29 in Kanazawa, a city that is connected to our hometown Ghent in The Fourth High School Memorial Park, Ishikawa. Kanazawa here we come! The second part we'll be playing Osaka from the 1st till the 5th of June in the Shin Umeda City (Wonder Square). Sayonara!

African cross-rhythm is most prevalent within the greater Niger-Congo linguistic group, which dominates the continent south of the Sahara Desert. (Kubik, p. 58) [3] Cross-rhythm was first identified as the basis of sub-Saharan rhythm by . Jones. Later, the concept was more fully explained in the lectures of Ewe master drummer and scholar . Ladzekpo, and in the writings of David Locke. [4] Jones observes that the shared rhythmic principles of Sub-Saharan African music traditions constitute one main system . [5] Similarly, Ladzekpo affirms the profound homogeneity of sub-Saharan African rhythmic principles. [6] In Sub-Saharan African music traditions (and many of the diaspora musics) cross-rhythm is the generating principle; the meter is in a permanent state of contradiction.


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