Seydou Keita plays djembe tastefully at this ceremony in Bamako. Do you know the name of this rhythm and dance?
We like this video because:
- Seydou is a younger guy with great energy, but unlike many young djembe players in Bamako, he respects each rhythm’s special flavor.
- It’s a good study reference. Tisanba doesn’t show up in many videos coming out of Bamako.
One response to “Ceremony In Bamako : Seydou Keita”
Seydou is a team player. He really wants to make good music and it shows. He doesn’t seek to be a one man show. He’s cooperative.
It’s annoying how the video keeps cutting from one moment to the next and messing with the beat.