Tuesday, February 23, 2010

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Dancing to the Beat of Djembe Drums

The thudding of the drums made me dance. Indeed Musical instruments play a great role in creating music. They are additives to the music created.

I’m not inclined to music, but listening to the different musical instruments alone made me dance; especially to the beat of the djembe drums. You know I used to dance ethnic dances accompanied by African instruments during my grades schools.

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