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Djole

Djole

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West African mask dance.
West African mask dance.

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Djolé

WAP-pages / Paul Nas / Last changed on 28-07-2012 Djolé (Jolé, Yolé), is a mask-dance from the Temine-people from Sierra Leone. In the tradition it is played on square drums in different sizes; the sicco´s (or sico´s). The mask is presenting a female although it is carried by a male during the dance. The song below from the Wassolon-CD is made by Mamady Keita himself and is a putting together some different Malinke- and Sususounds. It doesn’t have a specific meaning; it’s the sounds that made the song.

Djembé 4

B r

TT l r

B r

t t t t r l r l

B r

TT l r

B r

S d

A combination for three sicco-drums: Contrabas (big) SB l r BS r l SB l r B S r l

Laila i ko korobé, korobé, korobé, mami watoné, aya, sico leleleko aya sico la i ko, sico la i ko, wa wango sico la i ko, wa wango sico la i ko
Kenkeni bell option 1 bell option 2 x ŽŽ x x x ŽŽ x x x ŽŽ x x x ŽŽ x x

Bas (middle)

B r

S l

S l

B r

S l

S l

Tintin (small)

T r

T r

T r

TTT T r l r l

Combi

sangban " doundoun Ž bell x x

Ž

" Ž ! x

Ž Extra Kenkeni x x ŽŽ ŽŽ  

x

x

x



ŽŽ



ŽŽŽ Ž

Djembé 1

T r

SSB r l r

SSTTSSB r l r l r l r

S S r l

Break 2nd Kenkeni

S

TT

S ŽŽŽ Ž

Djembé 2

b r

TTb r l r

SSb r l r

TTb r l r

S S r l

ŽŽ

ŽŽ





Djembé 3

TTT r l r

SSB r l r

SS r l

TTTT T l r l r l

Sources: Lessons from Martin Bernhard and Ousmane Seye, Written material from Mamady Keïta. Åge Delbanco, Serge Blanc, Ponda O’Bryan, Stefan Rigert, Paul Janse and Rafael Kronberger.

Djolé / WAP-pages / Paul Nas

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