Hugh tracey - congo - songs and dances


African cross-rhythm is most prevalent within the greater Niger-Congo linguistic group, which dominates the continent south of the Sahara Desert. (Kubik, p. 58) [3] Cross-rhythm was first identified as the basis of sub-Saharan rhythm by . Jones. Later, the concept was more fully explained in the lectures of Ewe master drummer and scholar . Ladzekpo, and in the writings of David Locke. [4] Jones observes that the shared rhythmic principles of Sub-Saharan African music traditions constitute one main system . [5] Similarly, Ladzekpo affirms the profound homogeneity of sub-Saharan African rhythmic principles. [6] In Sub-Saharan African music traditions (and many of the diaspora musics) cross-rhythm is the generating principle; the meter is in a permanent state of contradiction.

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