A recording session with Desmali’s music group in Equatorial Guinea in 2013. He plays the asiko square frame drum while the percussionist on his right plays the gumbé drum.
- Article by:
- Dr Janet Topp Fargion, Dr Lucy Durán
Janet Topp Fargion (British Library) and Lucy Durán (SOAS) point to the cultural roots, routes and roundtrips of some of the forms of religion, dance and music carried over from West Africa during the slave trade, and (re)created in the Caribbean and the Americas.