Sangmari Gong

Sanmarigon is the appellation for Naa Abudu-bla. After his father, Naa Mahama-bla, passed away, there were problems deciding who should be the regent, and later, the new Yaa-naa. Naa Abudu-bla kept a low profile as a child to avoid the jealousy of Mion-lana Tori Buni, who contested him for the chieftaincy after his father’s funeral. Sanmarigon is a poetic appellation, and refers to the fact that it was Naa Abudu-bla’s destiny to become Yaa-Naa, though he would have people trying to stand in his way.

Supporting Materials
History Story (PDF)
Music Analysis (PDF)
Part-by-Part Sessions by Alhaji Abubakari Time signature: 6/8
File Type leadlunga answerlunga gunggong answergunggong
Vocable – Audio
Vocable – Staff Notation
Drumming – Audio
Drumming – Staff Notation
Drum Language – Audio
Drum Language – Text
Ensemble Rhythm
Ensemble Recording Sessions
Multi-track Sessions by Alhaji Abubakari Mixed Together Online Mixer
DDD Sessions by Prof. Locke and Students Mixed Together

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