6 edition of Kpegisu found in the catalog.
October 1992 by White Cliffs Media .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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[David Locke; Godwin Agbeli;] -- Features performances of instrumental and vocal excerpts of Kpegisu, keyed to musical examples from the book Kpegisu, prepared by David Locke. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Kpegisu: A War Drum of the Ewe offers, with rich analytical detail, tremendous insight to aid our understanding of this music as it is Kpegisu book of Ewe culture and, as Kofi Agawu suggests in the foreword, the book "moves us even closer to the threshold of a Kpegisu book theory of Ewe music".
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book is described as "David Locke featuring Godwin Agbeli.") Kpegisu, formerly used to send men off to battle, today is normally only performed at very important festivals and funerals of individuals who are in a kpegisu group. In an in-depth discussion of one performance (a documentary video of this performance, filmed by Agbeli, is also.
A Performance of Kpegisu by the Wodome-Akatsi Kpegisu Habobo. Tempe, AZ: White Cliffs Media Company, c 1 videocassette (59 min.): sd., col.
; 1/2 in. VHS NOTES:Filmed on location in Ghana by Godwin Agbeli, Dec. 16, SUMMARY: "Kpegisu is a type of traditional music and dance of the Ewe people of Ghana and Togo (West Africa). At least. Xylophone Music from Ghana introduces readers to the xylophone music traditions of northwestern Ghana.
It is a handsome publication. Framed in a black cover appears a bordered, color photograph of one of the coauthors, Joseph Kobom, playing the lo gyile, the fourteen-key xylophone of the Lobi/Dagarti people, that suggests an image of an open window inviting readers to explore the music.
Disc #1 -- Gentle Djembe for Beginners with Alan Dworsky, Vol. 3: Playing In 6/8 Time Play All Lessons Kpegisu Part 1 Kpegisu Part 1 Long Kpegisu Part 2 Kpegisu Parts 1 & 2 Dunumba Part 1 Dunumba Part 2 3 Against 2 Dunumba Parts 1 & 2 The Bell On The Drum The Long Bell Play-Alongs Kpegisu Part 1 The Full Six Kpegisu Part 1 Long Kpegisu Part 2.
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Gentle Djembe for Beginners DVD, Volume 3 Playing in 6/8 Time By Alan Dworsky DVD; In Volume 3, you'll enter the polyrhythmic world of 6/8 time, while still going easy on your hands. You'll learn patterns adapted from powerful West African rhythms--including kpegisu and dunumba as well as one of the most popular 6/8 bell patterns.
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Kpegisu: A War Drum of the Ewe. Tempe, AZ: White Cliffs Media Company. A study of a specific Ewe dance. Discusses rhythmic structure, the dance performance, musical notation/ transcriptions, the accompanying songs, etc. 4: “The Percussion Ensemble”, provides detailed rhythmic transcriptions and explanations of cross-rhythms in 12/8, 6/4 File Size: KB.
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It's for drummers, bass players, and sax players who want to groove and solo with a deeper understanding of rhythmic. "Kpegisu is a type of traditional music and dance of the Ewe people of Ghana and Togo (West Africa).
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