It emanated from a musical instrument called maracas which Yorubas call shekere
. You will agree with me that it sounds more like 'cheche'.
Rituel ou la symphonie du djembe, de la kora, du shekere
, du kalimba entre en parfaite osmose avec le concert des krakech, du luth, du guenbri, du qanoun...C'est a minuit que la cinephilie deploie son manteau magique sur l'ecran multicolore de nos nuits blanches!
(3) For a historical background to all this, go to Caliphate Colonialism--The taproot of the trouble with Nigeria (Shekere
), at: http://rhythmsofshekere.
Traditional percussion is also featured with djembe and doumdouba, calabash and shekere
The airline's Harmony campaign invites participants to interact with a specially-commissioned musical composition, which has been recorded by professional musicians playing traditional instruments from around the world, such as the harp, Taiko drum, bass guitar, saxophone, Shekere
, Oudht and Indian Flute.
Called Thinking Outside The Triangle, it will introduce youngsters not just to traditional cymbals, xylophones and triangles, but also to some intriguing-sounding instruments such as the caxixi, shekere
Caption(s): Ambience/Minka Group's Casa Cristina ceramic table lamp with beaded netting is inspired by the shekere
, a percussion instrument used in Latin folk music.
She's Vicki Randle, and for 10 years she's been right up front, starting each show with her West African shekere
, made from a hollow gourd.
Also hailing from Mexico, but living in London for two decades now, Javier Alvarez presented an hour-long sequence of his percussion-based compositions on Saturday, featuring Simon Limbrick on steel pans, maracas and shekere
(an African gourd-shaker).