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Reference Books for Herbs and Drum Rhythms for Drum Classes

From: WoMN
Sent on: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 1:02 PM

Greetings everyone!

I've brought in two reference books that I have here avaliable for Sunshine Grove Members.  The cost to you is directly what I purchased them for new and with no shipping costs if you pick them up in person.  Both books I reference from and teach from and many of you have asked where you can get them.  Well, they are here!

If you are interested in purchasing them, please let me know and they will be here for you to pick up when you come.  Cash only sales please.

Ashe'

WoMN

 

 

Compendium of Herbal Magick$22.00 (3 available)

Every plant has its own distinct spiritual energy or its own deva. Devas are the radiant light of the Universal Divine which permeates all things. Since the earliest times people were aware that all of Nature is divine. Great and wondrous myths were told which explained the presence of divine energy as it exists in thunder, in trees and in sunlight. Some of this lore was the foundation of religions. But the simpler stories such as those of a plant's energy explored day-to-day matters like health and love. This understanding of the world has been preserved in folklore through poems, chants, ditties and spells. From researching the history of folklore from cultures around the world, patterns emerge which enable us to approach the true nature of plants' devas. This compendium presents the lore and the corresponding usage for 330 magickal herbes. Great care was taken only to include folklore that was documented as being authentic. You will meet many new herbes in this text and explore fascinating magickal and religious uses. But most of all we hope you come to respect the divine that surrounds your everyday life.

 

West African Rhythms from Drum Skulls

$32.00 (10 available)

WEST AFRICAN RHYTHMS: NEW EDITION 

Author: Age Delbanco

Type: West African Djembe & Dunun
Style: Instructional

This is by far the best notation book we have come across! Each rhythm is laid out very straight-forward and the notation is easy to understand. You will learn the rhythm's name, some information about the rhythm (origin, why it is played, etc), and which master(s) teach it as it is notated. It
contains over ninety rhythms including breaks, echauffements, and variations for both djembe and dunun. This book is a great resource for djembe students of all levels. Author Age Delbanco has spent nearly 20 years studying the Malinke music of Guinea with a variety of different well-known teachers.

DSD Comment:  This book is a collaborative effort between Age Delbanco and DrumSkull Drums!  Prior versions of this book have been available in the past however DSD is proud to help make the newest version available. For years we have been discussing that this valuable book needs to go to print. It is now available in it's updated format with many new additions.

 

1. ABONDAN
2. BALAN SONDÉ (DUNUNBA)
3. BARAMALO
4. BADA (DUNUNBA)
5. BALAKULANDYAN / BALAKULANIA
6. BARA ROTA DUNUN (DUNUNBA)
7. BANDODJELI (DUNUNBA)
8. BOLO KONONDO (DUNUNBA)
9. DEMUSONI KELEN (DUNUNBA)
10. DENNADON
11. DEN DUNUN
12. DIADI (DUNUNBA)
13. DIBON, DIBON #2
14. DJAA KOUROUSSA
15. DJAA SIGUIRI
16. DJAGBE SANKARAN
17. DJAGBE / MADAN
18. DJAGBA
19. DJELIDON
20. DJANSA
21. DJOLÉ
22. DONABA (DUNUNBA)
23. DUNUN GBÈ (DUNUNBA)
24. KON MASI
25. DUNUN KURA
26. DWAA/SANKARANBA DUNUN (DUNUNBA)
27. FAKOLI
28. FANKANI
29. GUINÉ FARÉ
30. GARANGUEDON
31. G’BEREDU #2 (DUNUNBA)
32. G’BEREDUKA (DUNUNBA)
33. GUIDAMBA
34. KADAN (DUNUNBA)
35. KAKILAMBÉ
36. KASSA
37. KASSA #2
38. KASSA DIBON
39. KASSA SORO
40. KASSA SORO / SOROBA FOLY
41. KASSA DIBON
42. SOMA KASSA
43. KAWA
44. KEDUNUN (DUNUNBA)
45. KINDIA SOLI
46. KOMODENU / KOREDJUGA
47. KONDEN #2
48. KONKOBA
49. KONKOBA DUNUN (DUNUNBA)
50. ONOWULEN #1 (DUNUNBA)
51. KONOWULEN #2 (DUNUNBA)
52. KONTEMERU (DUNUNBA)
53. KORO (DUNUNBA)
54. KUKU
55. KURABADON (DUNUNBA)
56. LAFÉ
57. LIBERTÉ #1
58. LIBERTÉ #2
59. LOLO
60. MAKURU / MAKRU
61. MAMAYAH
62. MANÉ
63. MATADI
64. MARAKADON / DEMBADON
65. MENDIANI
66. MENDIANI #2
67. MORIBAYASSA
68. NANTALOMBA (DUNUNBA)
69. N’FA KABA (DUNUNBA)
70. NUMUN
71. SENEFOLY
72. SINTÉ
73. SOFA
74. SOFA SALI KENE BO
75. SOKO
76. SOKO POUR LES GARÇONS
77. SOKO LABAN
78. SOMA SANGI
79. SOLI BARALAMININ
80. SOLI GIRIWORO
81. SOLAFOE
82. SOLI DES MANIANS
83. SOLI LENT
84. SOLI RAPIDE
85. SOLI WASSOLON
86. SORO
87. SOROBA FOLY / KASSA SORO
88. SORSONÉ
89. SUNU
90. TAAMA (DUNUNBA)
91. TAKONANI (DUNUNBA)
92. TAKOSABA (DUNUNBA)
93. TIRIBA
94. TORO
95. WOLOSODON
96. WANAYE
97. YANKADI
98. YOKUI (GUINÉ FARÉ)

 

 

 

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