Sounds of Fuuta WAV
This pack was produced by Pape Armand Boye at Laboutique Studios in Dakar. This is a deep dive into the region of Fuuta in Senegal and represents the Pulaar ethnic group. Pape only worked with musicians from the Fuuta region to recreate sounds that represent their culture, heritage, and region.
The Fula have a rich musical culture and play a variety of traditional instruments including drums, hoddu (a plucked skin-covered lute similar to a banjo), and riti or riiti (a one-string bowed instrument similar to a violin), in addition to vocal music. Zaghareet or ululation is a popular form of vocal music formed by rapidly moving the tongue sideways and making a sharp, high sound.
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