Lucky Diop's new DVD

From: Kristie V.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 5:53 AM
Greetings, fellow Meetup members.
 
I am passing along to you today some information from a friend of mine, Lucky Diop, who is a master drummer from Senegal, West Africa.  He has completed a DVD project which was a dream of his that has now become a reality.  Below is some information about the DVD from Lucky:
 
"INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN DRUMMING AND DANCING"
By
LUCKY DIOP
Master Drummer,  Dancer, and a Graduate from the National Conservatory of Music in Dakar, Senegal,  West Africa.
Level 1:
 
SCENE 1         INTRODUCTION
SCENE 2         DJEMBE AND JUNG-JUNG DRUMS’ PRESENTATION
SCENE 3         BASS AND TONE SOUNDS 
SCENE 4         BREAK, CALL OR SIGNAL to start the beat
SCENE 5         RUMBA BEAT
Rumba is a beat that came from West Africa. It was taken to Cuba
by the African slaves and  has become one of the most popular ones. It was performed during social and spiritual events.
SCENE 6         DANCE OF LIFE BEAT
Dance is Life is a beat that came from Ghana. It celebrates life.
SCENE 7         BOMBA BEAT
Bomba is a beat that came from West Africa and was taken to Porto-Rico by the African slaves. It is now one of the most famous rhytms played there. It was performed during social events.
SCENE 8         SAMBA BEAT
Samba is a beat that was taken to Brazil  by the African slaves.  Now, it
is one of the most popular rhythms played in Brazil.
SCENE 9         KUKU BEAT
Kuku is a beat that came from West Africa. It was played during some
social events. It is the World’s most popular African drumming rhythm.
SCENE 10      CHAY CHAY KULAY
A West African song and dance about Peace, Love, Joy and Unity.
Chay Chay Kulay
Chay Co fisca
Cofis ca langa
Langa ti langa
Uh ah lay lay
SCENE 11       ZIMBO.
A West African song and dance about Peace, Love, Joy and Unity.
Oh yay La        Zimbo
Oh yay La        Zimbo
Oh yay La         Zimbo zimbo zimbo oh yay la
SCENE 12       ZAMINA MINA.
A West African song and dance about Peace, Love, Joy and Unity.
Zamina mina eh eh
Waka waka eh eh eh
Zamina mina zanka lay wa, ana wa ah ah
Zambo eh eh, zambo eh eh
Zamina mina zanka lay wa, ana wa ah ah
 
                           Camera : Emmanuel Ita Oboho (Cornell)
Editting : Ohmad Haines, assisted by Lucky Diop
Cover designed by Laurie Kuchler and Lucky Diop
Produced and Directed by Lucky Diop
For more info please visit www.luckydiop.com
Contact : [address removed]
 
1)    THIS DVD IS DESIGNED FOR TEACHERS OR  YOUTH CARE WORKERS TO USE AS AN INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN DRUMMING, DANCING, AND SINGING.

2)    IT IS ALSO A GREAT TOOL TO HELP THE STUDENTS LEARN TO INTERACT IN A POSITIVE WAY.

3)    IT IS  ALSO AIMED TO HEAL THEIR ANGER, STRESS, AND FRUSTUATION IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THEIR SELF ESTEEM AND DEVELOP THEIR LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS.

4)    YOU CAN BUY THIS DVD FOR YOUR OWN SAKE, BUT THE MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO SPREAD THE KNOWLEDGE.

5)    THE COST OF THE DVD IS $20.00

6)    THE DVD WILL TEACH YOU AND SHOW YOU HOW TO TEACH AFRICAN DRUMMING AND DANCING.

7)    AFTER BUYING THE DVD YOU WILL GET LIFETIME SUPPORT, MEANING YOU WILL GET SUPPORT FROM LUCKY DIOP ANY TIME YOU NEED IT.

8)    YOU WILL GET A DISCOUNT IF LUCKY DIOP HAS BEEN ASKED TO COME TO YOUR SCHOOL AND WORK WITH YOUR STUDENTS.

9)    THE SELLING OF THE LEVEL 1 DVD WILL HELP FINANCE LEVEL 2, WHICH WILL GIVE US A FULL AFRICAN DRUMMING CURRICULUM IN OUR SCHOOLS.

Please contact Lucky Diop at: [address removed] if you have any question. 
 
And please email Lucky at the above address if you are interested in buying the DVD!
 
- Kristie Vosburg
 

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