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**Basikolo**

*Note! Many of the above references
have moved to new locations:*

R Clark , M
Wall / Cross Reference , WAP
, Djembe Boom
, ADR

The notation for this rhythm may consist of parts, signals, breaks and
solos.

You are welcome to add anything that makes this notation more complete!

*You are also welcome
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*

*These parts for Basikolo are all taken from African Drum Rhythms Practice CD 5, except the last bass part variation. Many of them are very similar to well known parts for Tiriba, Doudoumba etc. The last bass part is the same as the first with a few more doundoun notes added. It is much easier to play with two sticks than one at a high tempo, even though the bell part is very supportive. This rhythm was originally taught to me by Ousmane Sylla from Guinea.* |

(The above notation
is the lastest entry!)

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