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Abioueka
Aboiueka (Abiweika) is a Sousou-dance for small children. The basic beat of Abioueka seems te be essentially the same as the toto gi (deep drum) part of the Ewe piece Agbekor.

WAP-pages / Paul Nas / Last changed at 03-02-2002
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Call with an optional early start for the Sangban
T T T T T . T T . T . .
2 r l r l . r l . r . .
S .. . . . . . . . O O .
Combination Sangban / Dundun
S . . . . O O . C . O O . . . . . O O . C . O O .
D O . O . . . . . . . . . O . O . . . . . . . . .
x . x . x x . x . x x . x . x . x x . x . x x .
Kenkeni (not traditional) or Djabara
O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . .
x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x .
x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . xx . x x . x
Sangban
. . . . O O . C . O O . . . . . O O . C . O O .
x . x . x x . x . x x . x . x . x x . x . x x .
Dun Dun
O . O . . . . . . . . . O . O . . . . . . . . .
x . x . x . x . x . x . x . x . x . x . x . x .
Djembé 1
B . B . S S . S . T T . B . B . S S . S . T T .
r . r . r l . l . l r . r . r . r l . l . l r .
Djembé 2
S . S . T T . S . TT . S . S . T T . S . T T .
r . r . r l . l . l r . r . r . r l . l . l r .
Djembé 3
B . . B T T B . . B T T B . . B T T B . . B T T
r . . l r l r . . l r l r . . l r l r . . l r l
Djembé 4
S S S . T T S S S . T T S S S . T T S S S . T T
r l r . r l r l r . r l r l r . r l r l r . r l
Variation 1 on Djembé 1
B . B . S S . S . T T . B . B . S S . S . T T .r . r . r l . l . l r . r . r . r l . l . l r .
B . B . S S . S . T T . B T T B T T B T T B T T
r . r . r l . l . l r . r l r l r l r l r l r l
Variation 2 on Djembé 1
B . B . S S . S . T T . . . B . T T T S . T T T
r . r . r l . l . l r . . . r . r l r l . l r l
B . B . T T T S . T T T B . B . T T T S . T T T
r . r . r l r l . l r l r . r . r l r l . l r l
B .B . T T T S . T T T B T T B T T B T T B T T
r . r . r l r l . l r l r l r l r l r l r l r l

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index | legenda (nl) | legend (en) | inleiding (nl) | introduction (en)
Thanks for taking notice of this interpretation of this rhythm but please consult some real authoroty's (like Famoudou Konaté and Mamady Keïta) or genuine TEACHERS for further study.Check also the other SITES WITH RHYTHM-NOTATIONS on West African Percussion on the Internet. And share your knowledge and ideas to these WAP-pages and to others.
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Abondan
Abondan (Abonda, Abondant) is a rhythm from the Baoule-people from the Ivory Coast. It is probably a very old rhythm that was played whenthe King went out to ride (on the horse). The story goes that boys and girls danced in honour oif the King. After that dance the King held a speech. Nowadays Abondan is danced in a circle.
Sources
Lessons: Martin Bernhard (who learned from Mamady Keïta).
Written material: Åge Delbanco (from Mamady Keïta), Ushi Bilmeier (from Mamady Keïta) en Rafaël Kronberger.
Media: -

WAP-pages / Paul Nas /Last changed at 04-11-2006
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Call
S S . S . S . S S . S . . S . S . S , . . . S .
r l . l . l . l r . r . . f . f . f . . . . r .
Kenkeni (drum 1 and 2)
1 . O O . . . . O O . . . . O O . . . . O O . . .
2 . . . . O O . . . . O O . . . . O O . . . . O O
x . . x . . x . . x . . x . . x . . x . . x . .
. x x . x x . x x . x x .x x . x x . x x . x x
Sangban
C . . O . O . . C . C . . O . O . O . . C . C .
x . x x . x . x x . x . x x . x . x . x x . x .
Dun Dun
O . . o . . O . . o . . O . . o . . O . . o . .
x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x x . x
Djembé 1
B . . T . S B . . . S . B T T T T S B . . . S .
r . . l . l r . . . r . r l r l r l r . . . r .
Djembé 2
B . . T...
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