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Okuta

Percussion
House of the Cultures of the World
Product number: SM 15042
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The percussionists Raibu Ayandokun, Tunji Beier, and Ron Reeves have formed a multicultural trio that loves to experiment and presents not just classical African, Indian, and Indonesian drum music on original instruments but also a variety of complex intersections and fascinating musical fusions. The varied richness of the twelve improvisations on this CD lends every moment musical tension. The CD was awarded the Quarterly German Record Critics' Award!

Content

Procession
Olokun: The Yoruba God of the Ocean
The Tower of Babel
Homage to the Thunder God
Jewsharp Duet
Abalabi Dance
Rainbow Serpent
Hunters Dance
Temple Elephant
Bandung
Flamenco Duet
Procession II

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Title:
Okuta
Percussion
House of the Cultures of the World
Tunji Beier, Rabiu Ayandokun, Ron Reeves: mridangam, ghatam, thavil, morsing, bata, dundun, xylophone, darambuka, gangan, sekere, kendang, bonang, kobing, didgeridoo, khene, tagalong
Publisher/Label:
Wergo
Duration:
68 ′
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
SM 15042
MAN EAN:
4010228150421
Weight:
0,12 kg

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Music of World Cultures
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