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  • 🗣 Yaaaaaaassssssssss!!! My very own Djembe Drum! Full Moon gifts. 🤩🎁🌕
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The djembe drum has traditionally been played by men..... usually the case with most drumming across the world. Native American #traditions, as well, call for drummers to be male, especially drumming used for spiritual and ritualistic purposes. However, Looking through history from an anthropological stance tells us that women were likely the first drummers. As a sacred act, drumming was part of the role of priestesses and Goddess-worshippers throughout pre-recorded #history. Even the history of the djembe itself offers the story of the first djembe being created by a woman. 
Over the last decade or so, female djembefolas have become an intriguing aspect of society. Due to the popularity of #African drumming in cultures outside the continent, women are given more opportunities to express their #drumming skills. It may even be said that because djembefolas have typically been males, female djembe drummers are an enticing change of pace and the interest in seeing something different allows them to showcase their talents. Women djembefolas in modern times seem to be able to tap into an inherent #spirituality that many listeners find heart wrenching and alluring.
Women give birth to all humanity, both male and female, so it would be abnormal to lack a curiosity for how the djembe changes its voice dependent upon the gender of the #musician. Womanhood brings with it a different experience of humanity and the djembe is a tool geared for the expression of our various conditions. A well-tuned djembe has an amazing ability, in the right hands, to set one’s hair on end! 😲 Women #djembefolas in modern times are notorious for expanding the #spirits of their listeners. 👑 #djembedrum 
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Song: I’ll Be The King
Artist: @neelam_ 🗣 Yaaaaaaassssssssss!!! My very own Djembe Drum! Full Moon gifts. 🤩🎁🌕 _________________ The djembe drum has traditionally been played by men..... usually the case with most drumming across the world. Native American #traditions, as well, call for drummers to be male, especially drumming used for spiritual and ritualistic purposes. However, Looking through history from an anthropological stance tells us that women were likely the first drummers. As a sacred act, drumming was part of the role of priestesses and Goddess-worshippers throughout pre-recorded #history. Even the history of the djembe itself offers the story of the first djembe being created by a woman. Over the last decade or so, female djembefolas have become an intriguing aspect of society. Due to the popularity of #african drumming in cultures outside the continent, women are given more opportunities to express their #drumming skills. It may even be said that because djembefolas have typically been males, female djembe drummers are an enticing change of pace and the interest in seeing something different allows them to showcase their talents. Women djembefolas in modern times seem to be able to tap into an inherent #spirituality that many listeners find heart wrenching and alluring. Women give birth to all humanity, both male and female, so it would be abnormal to lack a curiosity for how the djembe changes its voice dependent upon the gender of the #musician. Womanhood brings with it a different experience of humanity and the djembe is a tool geared for the expression of our various conditions. A well-tuned djembe has an amazing ability, in the right hands, to set one’s hair on end! 😲 Women #djembefolas in modern times are notorious for expanding the #spirits of their listeners. 👑 #djembedrum _____________________ Song: I’ll Be The King Artist: @neelam_
  • 🗣 Yaaaaaaassssssssss!!! My very own Djembe Drum! Full Moon gifts. 🤩🎁🌕 _________________ The djembe drum has traditionally been played by men..... usually the case with most drumming across the world. Native American #traditions, as well, call for drummers to be male, especially drumming used for spiritual and ritualistic purposes. However, Looking through history from an anthropological stance tells us that women were likely the first drummers. As a sacred act, drumming was part of the role of priestesses and Goddess-worshippers throughout pre-recorded #history. Even the history of the djembe itself offers the story of the first djembe being created by a woman. Over the last decade or so, female djembefolas have become an intriguing aspect of society. Due to the popularity of #african drumming in cultures outside the continent, women are given more opportunities to express their #drumming skills. It may even be said that because djembefolas have typically been males, female djembe drummers are an enticing change of pace and the interest in seeing something different allows them to showcase their talents. Women djembefolas in modern times seem to be able to tap into an inherent #spirituality that many listeners find heart wrenching and alluring. Women give birth to all humanity, both male and female, so it would be abnormal to lack a curiosity for how the djembe changes its voice dependent upon the gender of the #musician. Womanhood brings with it a different experience of humanity and the djembe is a tool geared for the expression of our various conditions. A well-tuned djembe has an amazing ability, in the right hands, to set one’s hair on end! 😲 Women #djembefolas in modern times are notorious for expanding the #spirits of their listeners. 👑 #djembedrum _____________________ Song: I’ll Be The King Artist: @neelam_
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