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Amadinda 3 - 4 mixes

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    Amadinda 1053/3 Evelyn Glennie (PRS)
    Quiet, gentle African marimba and ethnic percussion
    4:24
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05303
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidAfrican marimbas (Amadinda) are made from gourds hung under the keys. They make a distinctive buzzing sound. The shakers are a mixture of seed pods and moth cocoons. Other instruments on this track include claves, slit drum, rainmaker, African chimes, kalimba (thumb piano) and an Udu
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    Amadinda 2 1053/23 Evelyn Glennie (PRS)
    Quiet, gentle, solo African marimba
    4:23
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05323
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidAfrican marimbas (Amadinda) are made from gourds hung under the keys. They make a distinctive buzzing sound. The shakers are a mixture of seed pods and moth cocoons. Other instruments on this track include claves, slit drum, rainmaker, African chimes, kalimba (thumb piano) and an Udu
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    Amadinda 3 1053/24 Evelyn Glennie (PRS)
    Minimalist, slightly tense African percussion. No Marimba
    4:19
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05324
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidAfrican marimbas (Amadinda) are made from gourds hung under the keys. They make a distinctive buzzing sound. The shakers are a mixture of seed pods and moth cocoons. Other instruments on this track include claves, slit drum, rainmaker, African chimes, kalimba (thumb piano) and an Udu
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    Amadinda 4 1053/25 Evelyn Glennie (PRS)
    Solo udu. Minimalist, slightly tense African/Middle Eastern percussion.
    2:18
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-03-05325
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2003
    FactoidAn Udu is a pot like drum which makes its distinctive booming sound by trapping the air inside it with the palm of the hand. The higher percussion sound is from the same instrument being played using mallets.
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    Dusty Roads 1223/6 7 mixes George Van Dyk (ASCAP) | Jon Isbell (ASCAP)
    Laid back percussive with rural African feel. Accordion, whistle & band mix
    3:02
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    Ethereality 1293/2 4 mixes Mike Stobbie (PRS)
    Ambient rhythmic patterns using kenongs, kalimbas & canangs
    3:06
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    Tribe Of Mbira 1454/5 7 mixes Pete Lockett (PRS)
    African drums & thumb piano with shaker
    3:04
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    Wooden Hoops 2723/8 16 mixes Jody Jenkins (PRS)
    Marimbas loop themselves into a head-nodding groove
    2:40
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