BRICE WASSY RHYTHMS CAMEROON PDF

Shakakora The difference comes with some instruments I have introduced in the Kuh-Jazz, which you will not find in Magambeu. Close X Saved to Music List. Tell a friend or remind yourself about this product. Presently, Wassy displays all of the richness of camdroon music profoundly rooted in Africa but open to all encounters.

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Sorry but rhythks review could not be submitted, please verify the form and try again. In Cameroon, we have some of the best musicians. Top Songs See All. The art of playing timbales — Vol 1 Most of them say my music is too complicated.

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Drums sheet music Percussion sheet music Format: So, we need some pianists, percussionist and more. We should all think about it. Playing with school bands, we played all covers: To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission to republish or make other authorized use of this material, click here. During his childhood camerion was profoundly influenced by the music he heard in the streets, but the rich and complex rhythmic heritage was seen in a negative light, and he was repeatedly told that he should go to school to study music, Western music.

That is why they called me. To find my roots Groove, is the feeling within this musical concept. I play my kind of music called Kuh-Jazz. La percusion en el flamenco — Nan Mercader. If you have any suggestions or comments on the guidelines, please email us. This is classical jazz material adapted to traditional Cameroonian rhythms. He remained with the group for six years, rising to the position of music director. I also expect that the artists of the younger generation should come up to me and tell me what they have been doing so far as well as find out what I have been doing.

It was natural that Wassy be recruited when Jean-Luc Ponty decided to record an African-influenced album in What is your opinion of contemporary Cameroonian music? Please see our Privacy Policy for details.

Where have you been all this while? But Brkce wish that Cameroonians show more interest. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. To create a music list, please sign in. He called upon pianist, co-arranger and close collaborator Don Dieu Divin, a young French musician of Indian descent.

Read our Privacy Policy. Consider writing about your experience and musical tastes. Please do not use inappropriate language, including profanity, vulgarity, or obscenity. Close X Music Lists. African rhythms for drumset, by Christian Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica. You may also enter a personal message. Moving to Paris in to live with his father, older brother, and younger sister, Wassy was deeply inspired by the playing of jazz fusion drummers including Tony Williams, Steve Gadd, and Billy Cobham.

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BRICE WASSY RHYTHMS CAMEROON PDF

Sorry but rhythks review could not be submitted, please verify the form and try again. In Cameroon, we have some of the best musicians. Top Songs See All. The art of playing timbales — Vol 1 Most of them say my music is too complicated. This site uses cookies to analyze your use of our products, to assist with promotional and marketing efforts, to analyze our traffic and to provide content from third parties.

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Rhythms from Cameroon (book/CD)

While the late Fela Kuti claimed that Wassy "opened our minds with the militancy of his message and our hearts to the rhythms of Afrobeat," www. His uncle, Moussy, provided him with his first formal lessons on the drums. By the age of five, he had begun playing with a piece school band. Moving to Paris in to live with his father, older brother, and younger sister, Wassy was deeply inspired by the playing of jazz fusion drummers including Tony Williams, Steve Gadd, and Billy Cobham. He remained with the group for six years, rising to the position of music director. During the six years he played with the band, he toured throughout the world and helped record several groundbreaking albums. It was natural that Wassy be recruited when Jean-Luc Ponty decided to record an African-influenced album in

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Streams Videos All Posts. In Cameroon these traditionally funeral musics are now slowly being played at popular dance halls and marriage ceremonies. By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. They hold camreoon Cameroonians love hot music.

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Brice Wassy

Growing up right in the middle of the colonial period, we listened to French and American music on the radio: James Brown, Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett. At that time, traditional music was heard only at funerals. Fela was the one to change all this. He opened our minds with the militancy of his message and our hearts to the rhythms of Afrobeat. You know, it was incredible how Billy Cobham did his rolls. Technique is very important, but at a certain point you must start playing your own music and, eventually I realised that I had something different of my own," he says.

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