|1. Open single-skin|
with pierced base.
Music and Dances
Drummers, singers and dancers
(Bakoya Pygmies of Gabon)Photos, texts and audio recordings
by Luis Devin
Soundscape: polyphonic song recorded in a Bakoya village
in the rainforest of Gabon (Bakoya Pygmies of Gabon).
|3. Young Bakoya musicians.|
|4. Bakoya woman improvising|
a dance; in the background,
single-skin cylindrical drum.
|5. Young player of|
idiophone drum made
with a plastic bucket
upside down on the ground.
New materials and
|7. Bakoya children performing a participation dance.|
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|Bakoya Pygmy music and dances, with photos and ethnographic notes|
(Bakoya Pygmies of Gabon).
Materials: 7 photos, 1 audio recording, descriptive notes, .
Page URL: http://www.pygmies.org/bakoya/music-dance.asp
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25 hectares (250.000 m²) of forest are destroyed around the world (source: WWF).
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