Upcoming Kamele n’goni workshops

Saturday March 2nd 2019.    2 – 4 pm

Terenure, Dublin.

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Kamele n’goni (Young persons harp) is an eight to ten string instrument from the Mandingue region of West Africa. Whilst the Kora instrument is traditionally solely the domain of the Griot (A hereditary caste system of musicians), the Kamele n’goni originates from the Donso n’goni (hunters harp) which is reserved for initiates of the hunters society.  Kamele n’goni was adapted in the 1970’s to allow players from outside these traditions and is popularised in the music of artists such as the Malian Singer Oumou Sangare.

Read more about the history of the Kamele n’goni and check out some of our Online kamele n’goni lesssons

The Kamele ngoni meaning young persons harp is harp oud from West Africa

Read more about the history of the Kamele n’goni and check out some of our Online kamele n’goni lesssons