african water music: river as percussion instrument

(Video link here.) Here’s a .47 second bit to splash on your face this morning. The women of the Baka people of Africa play the river like the drum. But the very best bit is at the end…

It reminds us a bit of Hermeto Pascoal making music in a lagoon


via Neatorama, where you’ll more good wake-up music


Related posts: erato’s a capella song with plastic container percussion
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foli: ‘there is no movement without rhythm’
hermeto pascoal: music via lagoon, bottles, flutes, imagination
‘the world sends us garbage, we send back music.’

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