Kuku: Popular Manian rhythm that originates in Forest Guinea and the Ivory Coast. Originally played when women returned from fishing.
Fankani: Popular rhythm from the Wassolon region of Guinea. Played at many celebrations and especially when welcoming important guests to the village.
Soliwoulen: Malinke rhythm from North East Guinea. Soliwoulen means ‘Red Panther’ because of the red costume worn by the master fetish maker who dances to this rhythm
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Kuku, Fankani, Soliwoulen, Soli Lent,
Fe1, Kono, Djagbe, Soko, Kassa.
9 x Level 2 Rhythms
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Balakulandjan, Djole, Senefoli, Moribayassa, Denadon,
Dallah, Kanin, Toro, Soli Rapide, Kuku, Fankani, Soliwoulen,
Soli Lent, Fe1, Kono, Djagbe, Soko & Kassa.
All 18 Rhythms
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Moribayassa, Denadon & Dallah
Kanin, Toro & Soli Rapide
Kuku, Fankani & Soliwoulen
Soli Lent, Fe1 & Kono
Djagbe, Soko & Kassa
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