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    TRIBAL SOUNDZ Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it 340 east 6th st 212-673-5992 tribalsoundz@hotmail.com www.tribalsoundz.com
    Message 1 of 15 , Oct 20, 2003
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      TRIBAL SOUNDZ
      Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

      340 east 6th st
      212-673-5992
      tribalsoundz@...
      www.tribalsoundz.com
      open daily 3-late
      weekends 12-late

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      S P E C I A L C L A S S !!
      (pre-register for this class....call or email)

      Thurs Oct 16 7pm $20
      RHYTHMIC WISDOM:
      THE HEALING POWER OF THE DRUM, RITUAL, AND RHYTHM
      w/Layne Redmond and Tommy Brunjes
      Intro Tambourine Workshop for all levels and ages.
      Vibration is the basis of all existence and sound is power. Rhythm is
      a
      means of organizing that power into specific energy formulas.
      Drumming
      is
      the ancient technology for directly synchronizing the mind/body
      complex
      through rhythm, creating conditions for psychological and physical
      healing.
      The frame drum is the oldest known drum, used in Paleolithic
      Shamanism
      and
      later played a key role in all the religions of the ancient
      Mediterranean
      world. Learn the basics of tambourine styles and the connections
      between the
      strokes on the drums and elemental energies of earth, water, fire and
      air.
      LAYNE REDMOND is the author of When The Drummers Were Women and was
      voted
      Percussionist of the Year by Drum! Magazine Readers in 2002. Her
      album
      with
      Tommy Brunjes, Trance Union, was voted Percussion Album of the Year
      by
      Drum!
      Magazine Readers in 2002 and 2003. Bring tambourines if you have
      them,
      some drums provided. Please pre-register to insure that you have an
      instrument. Class size limited.

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      T R I B A L S O U N D Z M U S I C C L A S S E S

      Every Wed ongoing 7pm $15
      WEEKLY TABLA CLASSES w/Bill Buchen

      Every Sat 12-1:30 $15
      BEGINNING DUMBEK w/Rami Elaaser

      Every Sunday 12:15-1:15 $15
      DJEMBE WORKSHOP (BEGINNING) w/Bashir Shakur

      Every Sunday 1:30-2:30 $15
      INTERMEDIATE DJEMBE w/Bashir Shakur

      Oct 18 & Every Sat after 2-3pm $15
      CHILDRENS DRUM CIRCLE w/Natalie Hull
      Drum circle for children ages 8 and up. Have fun learning the worlds
      rhythms
      on many different drums of the world. No experience necessary.
      Parents
      must
      accompany children.

      Tuesday Oct 21 7pm-8:30 $15
      UNORTHODOX CHANT & VOICE w/Akim Ndlovu
      -Throat Singing, Human Beat box, various African & Asian chants-

      Tues Oct 28 7-8pm $15
      TRIBAL CHOIR w/Natalie Hull
      MASTER THE ANCIENT ART OF VOCAL-EASE IN A CORNUCOPIA OF TONGUES.

      Mon Oct 20 7-8pm $15
      DIGERIDOO WORKSHOP w/Simon 7 of Didjworks

      Mon Oct 27 7pm $15
      SENSUAL DANCE MOVEMENT w/Cheryl Johnston
      Sensuality is sexy. We as women want to feel that. With those
      movements
      we
      make things happen, if you know what I mean. I'll help you to express
      yourself and to feel good about it. Come and dance, feel the rhythm
      of
      your
      body.

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      TRIBAL SOUNDZ RECOMMENDS!!!

      M B I R A M U S I C O F Z I M B A B W E
      FORWARD KWENDA & ERICA AZIM

      FRI OCTOBER 17 8PM

      Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space
      Broadway at 95th Street

      $22; students $15
      Box office (212) 864-5400
      Information/charge (212) 545-7536
      worldmusicinstitute.org

      Forward Kwenda is a highly respected performer of the mbira, an
      instrument
      whose lilting melodies and hypnotic rhythms conjure up the diverse
      landscapes of southern Africa. The mbira, the primary traditional
      instrument
      of the Shona people of Zimbabwe, has been played at Shona spirit
      possession
      ceremonies (bira) for hundreds of years. Kwenda, who has been called
      "the
      Coltrane of mbira," has a soulful, personal style that stretches the
      boundaries of traditional forms. He will be joined by Erica Azim, an
      American who has played the mbira for over 25 years and studied in
      Zimbabwe.
      Their program is part of Daniel Pearl Music Day, an annual event
      dedicated
      to the ideals of tolerance, friendship and shared humanity.

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      L I V E !!!

      DIDJWORKS
      Saturday Oct 18 - 9 pm
      @ Tangine 537 9th ave (40th st)
      Simon 7-Didjeridoo
      Paula Jeanine-percussion
      Deep singh-Tabla

      A world musical journey that combines voices and instruments from all
      over
      the globe
      together with urban/dance/chill grooves. With Simon 7 on the
      Australian
      Aboriginal Didjeridoo
      Paula Jeanine on percussion and Luwena-Dance.

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      TRIBAL SOUNDZ RECOMMENDS

      Alfredo De La Fé
      "Dancing Jazz"
      Thursday October 16
      Satalla:
      37 West 26th St, between Broadway and 6th Ave.
      8 and 10pm
      $15

      Alfredo and I would like to invite you to for a live sneak preview of
      our
      upcoming project, "Dancing Jazz" (working title), which we are taking
      into
      the recording studio following this unusual performance. "Dancing
      Jazz"
      takes Alfredo's virtuosity and artistic vision to new, uncharted
      places. The
      project fuses a variety of Latin dance rhythms -- Colombian cumbia,
      Argentinian zamba, Peruvian cajon rhythms, Cuban güajira and Puerto
      Rican
      danza -- with Middle Eastern rhythms and instruments, and jazzy chord
      structures, leaving plenty of room for solo improvisation. The result
      is
      nothing short of mesmerizing.

      The lineup includes Ernesto Simpson (Arturo Sandoval) on drums,
      Armando
      Gola
      (Gonzalo Rubalcaba) on bass, Pablo Vergara on piano & keyboards,
      Little
      Johnny Rivero (Sonora Ponceña) on congas and percussion, Jay
      Rodríguez
      (Pat
      Matheney) on reeds and flute, Ossama Farouk on darbukka and Middle
      Eastern
      percussion, as well as many surprise guests.

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      TRIBAL SOUNDZ Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it 340 east 6th street 212 673 5992 tribalsoundz@hotmail.com
      Message 2 of 15 , Jan 4, 2004
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        TRIBAL SOUNDZ
        Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

        340 east 6th street
        212 673 5992
        tribalsoundz@...
        www.tribalsoundz.com

        open daily 1-11pm

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        H A P P Y N E W Y E A R from all of
        us
        at
        TRIBAL SOUNDZ !!

        WE WANT YOU TO LEARN A NEW
        INSTRUMENT
        or get better at an old
        one......

        TRIBAL SOUNDZ Music classes
        pleez register in advance (call or email)


        Every Sat 12-1:30 $15
        BEGINNING DUMBEK w/Rami Elaaser
        Learn the basic sounds of dumbek and some traditional middle eastern
        rhythms.

        Every Sunday 1:15-2:15 $15
        DJEMBE WORKSHOP (Beginning) w/Bashir Shakur
        Learn traditional rhythm's from Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Ghana and
        Guinea.

        Every Sunday 2:30-3:30 $15
        INTERMEDIATE DJEMBE w/Bashir Shakur
        Some experience required.

        Every Wed ongoing 7pm $15
        WEEKLY TABLA CLASSES w/Bill Buchen
        Learn to feel the pulse in Indian music, count time, recite and play
        the
        strokes of the drums. All llevels.

        Tues Jan 20 7pm $15
        UNORTHODOX CHANT & VOICE w/Akim Ndlovu
        -Throat Singing, Human Beat box, various African & Asian chants-

        Sat Jan 10 2-3pm $15
        WOMENS DRUMMING WORKSHOP w/Robin Burdulis
        Drumming for women only. Experimentation & technique take us on a
        percussive journey to creativity.

        Tues Jan 27 7pm $15
        MBIRA WORKSHOP w/Maurizio Capparelli
        Mbira is the national instrument of Zimbabwe traditionally played in
        spirit
        possession ceremonies.

        Mon Jan 12 & 26 7pm $15
        AFRO CUBAN PERCUSSION & CHANT w/JAVIER DIAZ.
        AfroCuban Shekere and chanting. Learn the powerful songs for the
        Orishas,
        play shekere and claves.

        Sat Jan 24 2-3pm $15
        CHILDRENS DRUM WORKSHOP w/Natalie Hull
        Drum circle for children ages 8 and up. Have fun learning the worlds
        rhythms
        on many different drums.

        Tues Jan 13 7-8pm $15
        DIGERIDOO WORKSHOP w/Ron Bucalis
        All levels digeridoo class - Beginning - Advanced.

        Mon Jan 19 6:30pm $15
        TAKETINA w/Robin Burdulis
        TA KE TI NA: is a system where your BODY is the instrument, allowing
        you to
        access complex, cross-cultural polyrhythms you never dreamed you
        could!
        Voice, step, clapping and call & response combine to balance the left
        and
        right brain. No experience necessary.

        Sat Jan 17 & Sat Jan 28 2-3pm $15
        INTERMEDIATE DUMBEK w/Carmine Guida
        Dumbek class for those with some experience.

        Thurs Jan 15 7-8pm $15
        BONES WORKSHOP w/Gregg Burrows
        THE BONES are an ancient musical instrument and are one of the most
        portable
        percussion sounds available. Made of either steer's rib or wood, they
        can be
        most often heard in traditional Irish folk music. The possibilities
        of
        rhythmic creativity on the bones is limitless, and they can be
        carried
        around in a purse or shirt pocket. Open to all, no prior drumming
        experience
        necessary -- may be of interest to professionals looking to expand
        their
        collection of sounds. Bones will be available or bring your own.

        Sat Jan 31 2-3pm $15
        BEGINNING DIGERIDOO w/Natalie Hull
        Basic digeridoo for beginners

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        N E W H O U R S
        OPEN EVERY DAY 1pm til
        11pm

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        WATCH FOR TRIBAL
        TUESDAYS....
        first one....TUES JAN 27
        w/THE GLAMOUR BOYS (Mbira
        music
        of Zimbabwe)

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      • tribalsoundz
        TRIBAL SOUNDZ Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it 340 East 6th St 212-673-5992 www.tribalsoundz.com open daily 3-late weekends
        Message 3 of 15 , May 23 10:50 AM
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          TRIBAL SOUNDZ
          Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

          340 East 6th St
          212-673-5992
          www.tribalsoundz.com
          open daily 3-late
          weekends 12-12

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          T U E S D A Y TRIBAL T U E S D A Y

          TRIBAL TUESDAY ............. This Tuesday May 25 9:30pm $8 at
          Tribal
          Soundz
          F E L I C E R O S S E R
          w/Naotaka Hakamada & Scott Hartley
          voice/bass/guitar/beat box

          DONT MISS THIS SHOW YOU GUYS!
          I am serious....FELICE ROSSER is the best performer/singer/bass player
          around!
          You know we always put on the coolest show ever....soooooo....THIS IS
          COOLER
          THAN COOL....
          I will be very disappointed if you dont come.........


          F E L I C E R O S S E R
          Felice Rosser is a bass player and singer. She has performed/recorded
          with
          jazz and world music pioneer Don Cherry, drummer Will Calhoun, and
          Public
          Imagae Ltd drummer Martin Atkins. She was the leader of the critically
          acclaimed band Faith, one of the shinning lights of The Black Rock
          Coalition. Steeped in roots reggae, expanding into rock, world and
          dance
          forms, Rosser is a multi-talented musician and songwriter with a very
          personal vision. This evening Rosser and guitarist Naotaka Hakamada
          will
          perform an acoustic set of originals and covers. The intimate setting
          of
          Tribal soundz is perfect for Rosser's hilarious New York stories and
          gently
          pulsating songs. A very special evening not to be missed!

          THIS SHOW IS LIMITED TO 20 PEOPLE....PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS
          (Our favorite NY performer......This show is gonna be hot!!!)

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          TRIBAL SOUNDZ RECOMMENDS

          Saturday, May 22
          Where's the 1? Productions' Acoustic African Music Series

          Zimbabwean guitarist ZIVANAI MASANGO (of Thomas Mapfumo's Blacks
          Unlimited)
          presents "Musatisiye", in two performances at the Cornelia Street Cafe.
          Musatisiye is a musical work that narrates, song by song, Zimbabwe's
          struggle for independence through original and traditional
          compositions. It
          will be performed at 8:30PM and 10:30PM and features Masango
          on guitar and McDonald Kombo on percussion. Follow this link to view
          and
          print the event flyer:
          www.wheresthe1.com/images/20040522fl.jpg

          Find more information at www.wheresthe1.com.

          About the Acoustic African Music Series:
          "...An experience rarely found in New York City, one which is not even
          widely available on record..." --
          The Village Voice, May 2003

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          TRIBAL SOUNDZ Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it 340 East 6th St 212-673-5992 www.tribalsoundz.com tribalsoundz@hotmail.com
          Message 4 of 15 , Jun 2, 2004
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            TRIBAL SOUNDZ
            Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

            340 East 6th St
            212-673-5992
            www.tribalsoundz.com
            tribalsoundz@...
            open daily 3-late
            weekends 12-late

            ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

            T R I B A L S O U N D Z M U S I C C L A S S E S
            (pleez register in advance - call or email)

            Every Sat 12:30-1:30 $15
            DUMBEK workshop w/Rami Elaaser
            Learn the basic sounds of dumbek and some traditional middle eastern
            rhythms.

            Every Wed 7pm $15 (no class june 16 or 23)
            TABLA CLASSES w/Bill Buchen
            Learn how to feel the pulse in Indian music, count time, recite and
            play the
            strokes of the drums.

            Sat June 5 2-3:30 $15
            TAKETINA w/Robin Burdulis
            TA KE TI NA: is a system where your BODY is the instrument, allowing
            you to
            access complex, cross-cultural polyrhythms you never dreamed you
            could!
            Voice, step, clapping and call & response: Fantastic class for those
            learning polyrhthms or taking drum classes.

            Mon June 7 7pm $15
            DIGERIDOO WORKSHOP w/Ron Bucalo
            All levels digeridoo workshop. Instruments available or bring your
            own.

            Mon June 21 7:30-8:30
            BRAZILIAN SOUNDZ w/Jorge Amorim
            Learn the basics of Brazilian rhythms using various percussive
            instruments.
            All levels welcome. If you have a Brazilian instrument that you wish
            to
            learn more about, feel free to bring it.

            Thurs May 20 7-8pm $15
            UNORTHODOX CHANT & VOICE WORKHOP w/AKIM NDLOVU
            -Throat Singing, Human Beat box, various African & Asian chants-
            This willl be an exploration of self generated sound effects & the
            gutteral
            voice. Akim from Zimbabwe, is a performance artist, lyricist, dancer
            and
            founder of urban world music group Dha-Fusion.

            Every Tuesday 7pm $15
            MBIRA WORKSHOP w/Chris Berry
            Mbira dzavadzimu is the national instrument (thumb piano) of Zimbabwe
            traditionally used in spirit posession ceremonies. Instruments
            available.

            Thurs June 17 7pm, & Sats June 12 & 26 2-3pm $20
            AFRICAN GUITAR WORKSHOP
            w/Zivanai Masango (THOMAS MAPFUMO)
            Zivanai Masango was the lead guitarist for Thomas Mapfumo & The
            Blacks
            Unlimited and is one of Zimbabwe's premiere guitarists. Zivanai
            specializes
            in Zimbabwean & South African guitar styles.
            Bring an acoustic guitar.

            Every Sunday 1:15-2:15 $15
            DJEMBE WORKSHOP w/Bashir Shakur
            Learn traditional rhythm's from Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Ghana and
            Guinea. Beginners welcome.

            Sun June 13 2:30-3:30 $15
            BONES WORKSHOP w/Gregg Burrows
            THE BONES are an ancient musical instrument and are one of the most
            portable percussion sounds available. Made of either steer's rib or
            wood,
            they can be most often heard in traditional Irish folk music. The
            possibilities of rhythmic creativity on the bones is limitless, and
            they can
            be carried around in a purse or shirt pocket. Open to all, no prior
            drumming
            experience necessary -- may be of interest to professionals looking
            to
            expand their collection of sounds. Bones will be available or bring
            your
            own.

            Sat June 19 2-3pm $15
            PANDEIRO w/JORGE AMORIM
            PANDEIRO, the Brazilian tambourine
            Learn basics, advanced strokes , gripping and sounds in this
            multi-level
            class. Traditional and contemporary Brazilian rhythms.

            Mon June 14 7pm $15
            ZILS WORKSHOP (FINGER CYMBALS) w/Anoush
            Whether you are a bellydancer or not, you can learn how to play one
            of
            the
            oldest traditional Middle Eastern instruments, Zils. Learn
            traditional
            rhythms, proper techniques, how to accompany musicians, zil
            etiquette
            and
            much much more.

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            U P C O M I N G G I G !!

            THE GLAMOUR BOYS - Mbira music of Zimbabwe
            and
            THE SOURCE
            at The C-Note - 157 ave C
            Tues June 22 9pm

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          • tribalsoundz
            TRIBAL SOUNDZ Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it 340 East 6th St 212-673-5992 www.tribalsoundz.com open daily 3-late weekends
            Message 5 of 15 , Jun 24, 2004
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              TRIBAL SOUNDZ
              Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

              340 East 6th St
              212-673-5992
              www.tribalsoundz.com
              open daily 3-late
              weekends 12-late

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              T H E S O L S T I C E is the #1 party time of the year, so we are
              offering you a night of African groove at this East Village
              underground
              institution: THE C NOTE. Please join us for this celebration in music.

              TUES June 22nd
              S O L S T I C E A F R I C A N M U S I C C E L E B R A T I O N

              with
              THE GLAMOUR BOYS
              SOURCE w/ ABDOULAYE DIABATE
              & DJ NEVA

              @ THE C NOTE
              157 Avenue C at 10th Street
              New York City
              212 677-8142

              from 10PM -$5

              THE GLAMOUR BOYS:
              The beautiful, metallic melodies of the iron-pronged Shona mbira of
              Zimbabwe
              are one of the great treasures of African traditional music. Since
              the
              late
              1960s, more and more American groups have been playing Shona music,
              mostly
              on the West Coast. Now New York has the Glamour Boys, featuring three
              pronged mbiras, guitar, bass, drums/percussion and vocals. Mbira
              players
              Nora Balaban and Stuart Carduner have studied Shona music in
              Zimbabwe,
              including with the mbira master Tute Chigamba. Guitarist Banning Eyre
              and
              bass player Dirck Westervelt have studied, performed and recorded
              with
              Zimbabwe's leading roots-pop band, Thomas Mapfumo and the Blacks
              Unlimited.
              Maurizio Capparelli (mbira/vocals/percussion) and Ed Klinger (drums
              and
              percussion) have played many varieties of African music over the
              years.
              Together, they produce rich, hypnotic jams, great for dancing, and
              full
              of
              the unique soul and spirit of Zimbabwean music.

              SOURCE w/ Abdoulaye Diabate:
              Source operates a fusion of Jazz and World Music with a strong
              emphasis
              on
              West African Music in particular. It does so on a deep, intimate
              level
              with
              profound understanding of traditional African structures. The result
              is
              a
              coherent music, rich in feelings and satisfying to the mind, body and
              soul.
              The vocal artistry of Abdoulaye Diabaté is absolutely extraordinary,
              as are
              is compositional skills and guitar playing. He is endowed with
              wonderful
              charisma and his stage presence is absolutely charming. Bailo Bah's
              flute
              playing chops are in the same class, possessing an electric ability
              on
              the
              instrument. He is a virtuso of the highest caliber on the traditional
              "tambin" the flute of the Peulhs from the Fouta Djallon in Guinea.
              Some
              of
              New York African scene's hottest musicians participate in Source...
              such as
              keyboardist Azouhouni Adou and bassist Mamadou Ba, who are recognized
              as the
              rock solid groovers behind just about every African artist in the
              city
              for
              many years. Drummer Robert Bonhomme keeps impeccable time and
              provides
              the
              dynamic soloists with tasteful support.

              DJ NEVA:
              A fixture on the NY cultural scene, DJ Neva specializes in music from
              the
              entire African continent, as well as the Maghreb/Middle East;
              Caribbean/Latin America, and the Celtic world. She is a featured DJ
              for
              several ongoing live world music events. In a career spanning more
              than
              25
              years, DJ Neva has produced numerous events, concert series,
              workshops
              and
              educational programs. Her current focus is the artistic development
              of
              bands
              and musicians she deeply believes in, through guidance, advocacy and
              promotional support.

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              DO NOT MISS SOUAD MASSI on july 1st AT SUMMERSTAGE!!
              June 29th sees the US release of “Debâ€? (Heartbroken), Souad
              Massi’s
              second album. Critically acclaimed world-wide and already a
              fantastic
              success in Europe, Souad Massi will be on tour in the US from July
              1st
              to
              July 11th.

              With a beautiful voice and a large palette of influences to draw
              from,
              Souad
              Massi is one of the most interesting new singers to come from North
              Africa.
              Influenced equally by shaabi music, French chanson, flamenco, 60's
              American
              folk and a variety of African traditional music, this Algerian
              guitarist and
              chanteuse makes music that is at once exotic and familiar.
              7/1/04 CENTRAL PARK SUMMERSTAGE, NEW YORK CITY NY

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              T R I B A L S O U N D Z M U S I C C L A S S E S
              (All classes held in the store...call or email to pre register)

              Every Sat 12:30-1:30 $15
              DUMBEK workshop
              w/Rami Elaaser
              Learn the basic sounds of dumbek and some traditional middle eastern
              rhythms.

              Every Wed 7pm $15 (no class this wed....thurs 6/24 6pm instead)
              WEEKLY TABLA CLASSES
              w/Bill Buchen
              Learn how to feel the pulse in Indian music, count time, recite and
              play the
              strokes of the drums.

              Mon June 28 7-8pm $15
              UNORTHODOX CHANT & VOICE WORKHOP
              AKIM NDLOVU
              -Throat Singing, Human Beat box, various African & Asian chants-

              Every Tuesday 7pm $15
              MBIRA WORKSHOP w/Chris Berry
              Mbira dzavadzimu is the national instrument (thumb piano) of Zimbabwe
              traditionally used in spirit posession ceremonies. Instruments
              available.
              All levels welcome.

              Sat June 26 2-3pm $20
              AFRICAN GUITAR WORKSHOP
              w/Zivanai Masango (THOMAS MAPFUMO)
              Zivanai Masango was the lead guitarist for Thomas Mapfumo & TheBlacks
              Unlimited and is one of Zimbabwe's premiere guitarists. Zivanai
              specializes
              in Zimbabwean & South African guitar styles.
              Bring your own guitar.

              Every Sunday 1:15-2:15 $15
              DJEMBE WORKSHOP w/Bashir Shakur
              Learn traditional rhythm's from Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Ghana and
              Guinea. No experience necessary, beginners welcome.

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              ANGELIQUE KIDJO & FEMI KUTI LIVE @ THE APOLLO!

              Thursday, June 24, 8PM

              See world music icons Angelique Kidjo and Femi Kuti bring their
              hi-energy,
              Afro-pop sounds to the world famous Apollo stage as part of the
              Apollo
              Legends Series presented by Washington Mutual in association with the
              JVC
              Jazz Festival.

              For more information and to purchase tickets visit:

              http://www.thrust360.com/campaigns/apollo/0604/bmm04wk2.htm

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              www.tribalsoundz.com
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                TRIBAL SOUNDZ
                Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

                340 east 6th st
                212.673.5992
                www.tribalsoundz.com
                tribalinfo@...
                open daily 3-11pm
                weekends 12-12

                ****************************************************TRIBAL SOUNDZ
                Bringing you the worlds music....and everything you need to play it

                340 east 6th st
                212-673-5992
                www.tribalsoundz.com
                tribalinfo@...
                open daily 3-11pm
                weekends 12-12

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                N E W C L A S S E S !!
                (pleez call or email to pre-register)

                Sunday Nov 21 2:30-3:30 $15
                BRAZILIAN SAMBA w/ Philip Galinsky, Ph.D
                For students of all musical backgrounds, this exciting class will
                present
                songs from the pagode repertoire as well as basic and more advanced
                patterns on such instruments as: tantan (a conga-like bass drum),
                repique-de-mão (a high-pitched single-headed drum), pandeiro
                (tambourine),
                tamborim (small frame drum), and ganzá (shaker). Instructor Philip
                Galinsky, Ph.D., is a percussionist and ethnomusicologist. He has
                taught
                at Wesleyan University, UC Davis, and Hampshire College and is the
                founder
                and director of the group "Samba New York!". Some instruments will be
                provided; students with any of the above instruments are encouraged
                to
                bring them to the class
                Sun Nov 7 2:30-3:30 & Mon Nov 22 7-8pm $15

                LATIN PERCUSSION WORKSHOP
                w/ Eddie Bobe
                Beginning Latin percussion workshop with one of New York's top master
                percussionists. Bring a conga, djembe, or dumbek, or use ours.
                Thurs Nov 11 7-8pm $15

                SHEKERE WORKSHOP w/ Eddie Bobe
                Basic techniques of the Afro-Cuban Shekere. Eddie Bobe is one of New
                York's top master percussionists. Bring a shekere if you have. No
                experience necessary.
                Sat Nov 13 3:15-4:15 $15

                CHILDRENS DRUMMING WORKSHOP w/Isabel Thompson
                African drumming for childrens ages 4-12. Drums provided by Tribal
                Soundz.
                High energy fun for children!
                Saturday Nov 13 2-3pm $15

                FRAME DRUM WORKSHOP w/Anoush
                Explore a variety of hand drum techniques and ancient folk rhythms.
                Learn
                to read a unique and easy rhythm notation. From Central Asian finger
                snaps
                to near eastern ritual playing, there are no limits to the
                possibilites
                of
                expression on a frame drum. As a highly portable and fun instrument,
                it
                can become your companion on long trips, walks in the park and
                get-togethers. No experience necessary.

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                T R I B A L S O U N D Z O N G O I N G M U S I C C L A S S E
                S

                Every Saturday 12:30-1:30 $15
                BEGINNING DUMBEK (Bellydance drumming) w/Rami Elaasser
                Learn the basic sounds of dumbek and some middle eastern rhythms.
                Drums
                available. No experience necessary.
                Every Sunday 1:15-2:15 $15

                DJEMBE WORKSHOP w/ Bashir Shakur
                Learn traditional rhythms from Mail, Ivory coast, Senegal, Ghana and
                Guinea. No experience necessary. Beginners welcome. High energy fun!
                Thurs Nov 18 7-8pm $15

                UNORTHODOX CHANT & VOICE w/Adam Matta
                -Throat Singing, Human Beat box, various African & Asian chants-
                This willl be an exploration of self generated sound effects & the
                gutteral voice. Everyone welcome, everyone can do it! No experience
                necessary.
                Monday Nov 15 7-8:30 $15

                TAKETINA w/ROBIN BURDULIS
                TA KE TI NA: is a system where your BODY is the instrument,
                allowing
                you
                to access complex, cross-cultural polyrhythms you never dreamed you
                could!
                Voice, step, clapping and call & response combine to balance the
                left
                and
                right brain hemispheres. Whether you have absolutely no musical or
                drumming experience or are a seasoned professional, TaKeTiNa is
                designed
                for ALL levels!
                Thurs Nov 4 7-8pm $15

                ZILS WORKSHOP (Finger Cymbals) w/Anoush
                Whether you are a bellydancer or not, you can learn how to play one
                of
                the
                oldest traditional Middle Eastern instruments, Zils. Learn
                traditional
                rhythms, proper techniques, how to accompany musicians, zil
                etiquette
                and
                much more.
                Mon Nov 8 7-8pm $15

                DIGERIDOO WORKSHOP w/Ron Bucalo
                Always wanted to learn Australian digeridoo? Start now!
                Instruments available. All levels welcome.

                Every Tuesday 7-8pm $15

                MBIRA WORKSHOP w/various teachers
                Mbira dzavadzimu is the national instrument (thumb piano) of
                Zimbabwe.
                Open to all, no experience necessary.
                Every Wednesday 7-8pm $15

                TABLA WORKSHOP w/David Scott
                Beginning tabla class. Bring your own tablas if you have.

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                T R I B A L S O U N D Z L I V E

                WORLD MUSIC - FROM ZIMBABWE TO INWOOD

                at The Parkside Lounge 317 East Houston St
                Sunday November 14 8pm sharp $5

                THE GLAMOUR BOYS (Zimbabwe Mbira music) 8pm
                DENNIS DRISCOLL (Inwood Stories) 9:30pm

                T H E G L A M O U R B O Y S - 8pm
                Shona music from Zimbabwe is one of the most soulful sounds on the
                African
                continent. Originally used in spirit possession ceremonies, the
                iron-pronged mbira produces music beautiful enough to attract
                spirits,
                and
                rhythmically energized enough to keep people dancing through long,
                all-night ceremonies. In modern times, mbira music is played on
                guitars
                and other instruments and used as the basis of pop songs, but
                itsspiritual power remains.

                New York's only Shona music group, The Glamour Boys, take their name
                from
                the slogan of a Zimbabwean soccer team. The group features three
                mbiras,
                guitar, bass, drums/percussion and vocals. Mbira players Nora
                Balaban
                and
                Stuart Carduner have studied Shona music in Zimbabwe,including with
                the
                mbira master Tute Chigamba. Guitarist Banning Eyre and
                bass player Dirck Westervelt have studied, performed and recorded
                with
                Zimbabwe's leading roots-pop band, Thomas Mapfumo and the Blacks
                Unlimited. Maurizio Capparelli (mbira/vocals/percussion) and Ed
                Klinger
                (drums and percussion) have played many varieties of African music
                over
                the years. Together, they produce rich, hypnotic jams, great
                fordancing, and full of the unique soul and spirit of Zimbabwean
                music.

                D E N N I S D R I S C O L L - I N W O O D S T O R I E S
                9:30pm
                Urban storytelling? Spoken word rock? Both actually. Lifelong New
                Yorker,
                Dennis Driscoll's Inwood stories are about the low down low lights
                of a
                New York most of us arrived too late to witness. Sniffing glue and
                dodging child pervs on "Bums Road" in Fort Tryon park and other
                escapades
                Dennis experienced growing up in Inwood - (Manhattans northern most
                neighborhood) provide the material for his darkly funny stories.
                Another
                lifelong Manhattanite, L-Ray Cash (AKA Mark Suall) who has guitared
                for,
                among others, Andre Williams, The Valentine Six and The Revelons,
                will
                provide the musical landscape for Dennis' stories.
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