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  2. Sona Diabaté was born in Tiro, Guinea in 1959. Her father, the famous singer Hadj Djeli Fodé Diabaté, passed on their family's music legacy by…

  3. Argile was formed by flutist Dieter Weberpals who obviously has a fascination with the music of West Africa, South America, India and the Orient.…

  4. Intercultural Percussion-Meeting in between Kpanlogo and Djembé from two master-drummers from Ghana and Mali.

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  5. Originally organized by German flute player Dieter Weberpals and Malian n'goni and djembe player Barry Sangare for a single German tour in 1988,…

  6. The group surrounding the German bandleader and flutist Dieter Weberpals plays some intoxicating “imaginary folk music for cosmopolitans”.

    Between…

  7. Famoudou Konaté is a Malinké master drummer from Guinea. Famoudou Konaté is a world-renowned virtuoso of the djembe drum and its orchestra. One…

  8. Originally organized by German flute player Dieter Weberpals and Malian n'goni and djembe player Barry Sangare for a single German tour in 1988,…

  9. Traditional drum and dance troupe formed in 1981 by master percussionist Yacouba Camara. Camara left Guinea in the '60s, traveling through West…

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  12. Guinea C was formed in 2004. We play in the hotels and bars in the tourist area in The Gambia. Hotel and Restaurant Bakadaji is our home base. In…

  13. The long history of Kunda is as fascinating and exceptional as the band's sound and is reflected in its name. Kunda is the Mandingo word for clan.…

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  15. FARAFINA was founded in the early eighties. Right from the beginning they were enthusiastically welcomed by their audiences who were fascinated by…

  16. Les Amazones de Guinée are an all-woman band from Guinea, west Africa. Formed in 1961, only three years after Guinea gained independence, the…

  17. Tata Dindin Jobarteh, Kora Musician
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  18. Manfila was born into a jali family and played balafon and guitar as a child. He joined Les Ballets Africains, moved to Bamako during the '60s and…

  19. Azongo Nyaaba (also known as Captain Yaba) was from the Fra Fra ethnic group and was born in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana in…

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