Ewe Drumming

Ewe drumming refers to the drumming ensembles of the Ewe people of Ghana, Togo, and Benin. The Ewe are known for their experience in drumming throughout West Africa. The sophisticated cross rhythms and polyrhythms in Ewe drumming are similar to those in Afro-Caribbean music and late jazz.

Read more about Ewe DrummingVariation, Instrumental Performance, Rattle Instrument, Standard Bell Pattern and Accompanying Axatse Part, Master Drums, Tonal Drumming, Cross-rhythmic Structure

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Ewe Drumming - Cross-rhythmic Structure - 3:8
... The following bell pattern is used in the Ewe rhythm kadodo ... The 24-pulse pattern crosses the barline, contradicting the meter with three sets of five strokes, across eight main beats (two measures of four main beats each) ...