Volker Goetze, Feb. 20, 2018
Oismane Ba is Senegalese
This video is from Guinea, West Africa.
Edited by Azizi Powell
This is Part II of a three part pancocojams series about Fulani music and other West African music that includes flutes.
Part III presents two more videos of West African music that includes flutes.
Part II showcases two additional videos of West African music that includes flutes.
Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/03/information-about-fulani-people-and.html for Part I of this pancocojams series. Part I showcases a YouTube video of Fulani music from Guinea, West Africa. This post also provides information about Fulani people and Fulani flutes.
Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/03/video-of-african-bamboo-flutedrum-dance.html for Part II of this pancocojams series. Part II showcases two additional videos of West African music that includes flutes.
Thanks to all West African flute players past and present. Tnanks to other West African musicans past and present. Thanks to all those who are associated with these YouTube examples and thanks to all those who are quoted in this post. Thanks also to the publishers of these examples on YouTube.
This pancocojams series was inspired by comments in https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2021/03/african-other-sources-of-african.html about West African flutes being sources of or influences for the African American fife and drum music traditions.
Note: I believe that all of the videos in this three part pancocojams series showcases musicians who are Fulani except for the video given as #2 in Part II. Please correct this information if I am mistaken. Thank you.
Additional Fulani and non- Fulani videos of West African musics that includes flutes has been published and will be published on pancocojams. Click the "West African music that includes flutes" to find many of these posts.
This concludes Part III of this three part pancocojams series.
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