Three principles of timing in Anlo dance drumming
AbstractIn Anyako, an island town in southeastern Ghana, the Anlo branch of the Evespeaking people have at least thirty-seven different traditional drum ensembles. Westerners are not familiar with the principles of musical timing in these ensembles. These principles are clearly illustrated in the Atsiã, dance drumming known as Anlo, a stately recreational music said to date from the sixteenth century or earlier
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