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CONGA

Latin America's favourite drum. And closely related to many african drums. And rhythmically the drum music of Latin America very closely resembles African music, since Africa was the birthplace of drumming.

Conga - see conga.co.zaFor instance the son clave, an ancient bell pattern from Africa forms the basis of Cuban Son music, and all(much) conga and bongo drumming, as well as the timbales. Which all work very closely together to form a tight knit groove.

The Tumbao
The Tumbao rhythm forms the basis of much conga music. It originates with the Tumbadora - an ancient Cuban drum based on the african drum. They were used in early Cuban carnival music in the 1800's - and gave birth to the conga.

Also see Conga.co.za -
handmade congas -->>

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Cuban percussion, Congas, Bongos, Jovenes Clasicos del Son

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In Cuba some say the Conga is as difficult to play as the Violin.

Studying Congas requires a lot of practise and dedication.
One has to take time to master the hand movements.
It is advisable to find a good teacher, who can assist with correct technique.

Technique! Technique! Technique!
and then some more..



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Conga drums, see bongo.co.za


Hand made African Drums

our speciality. See Gallery -->>

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!) The Handmade African Conga.
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