Playing the Hugh Tracey Karimba
- The African-tuned Karimba is quickly becoming a new favourite. It is an ancestor of the mbira, and may represent our clearest view of what the first African kalimbas looked like.
- Now, there is a great book on how to play the African-tuned Karimba. This book explores the unique note layout, and how that note layout leads you to different melodies and rhythms.
- While harmony is usually not a part of traditional African music, we do explore the connection between western harmony and the arpeggios that come easily to the karimba.
- The unique karimba tablature makes learning to play the karimba a breeze
- Please note these are original rather than traditional tunes
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