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UDU DUET - (by Fernando Diez)  Year: 2013
Fernando Diez Udu drums duo. Two Udu drums having a conversation with the soft and very unique sound of the Udu. Unusual groovy track, great for documentary or to add a soft rhythmic element to any scene. Instrumental, African, African Drums
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (Percussion, Udu Drums duo) - African, African Drums  
570740 1:35 Medium 110   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Udu Duet
Catalog ID: 570740  ISRC: US5UL1302680
Description: Udu drums duo. Two Udu drums having a conversation with the soft and very unique sound of the Udu. Unusual groovy track, great for documentary or to add a soft rhythmic element to any scene.

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Artist or Group: Fernando Diez

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Keywords: percussion, Udu drum, rhythmic and soft, captivating, gentle groove, hypnotic, particular clay drum sound, soft low end and crystal high tones.

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    African Music
       African Drums and Percussion
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:35   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 110
   Arrangement: Duo / Duet
   Instruments: Indigenous Drums, Indigenous Percussion, Tabla
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Abstract, Animated, Atmospheric, Beautiful, Climactic, Curious, Determined, Dynamic, Earthy, Edgy, Enchanted, Energetic, Exotic, Festive, Fun, Groovy, Hypnotic, Meditative, Mystical, Rhythmic

Styles: Action Thriller, African, Cartoon, Documentary, Entertainment, Experimental, Film Instrumental, Section / Credits, Section / Opening, Worldbeat

Regions: Africa, Far East, India, Nigeria, Bali

Cross-Reference Genres:
Udu Duet
   World Fusion
      Pan-World Fusion

Extended Keywords: hypnotic, the udu is both an African plosive aerophone (in this case implosive) and an idiophone--not a drum--used by such peoples as the Igbo of Nigeria. In the Igbo language, udu means vessel. Actually being a water jug with an additional hole, it was played by women for ceremonial uses. Made of clay. The instrument is played by hand and produces a special and unique bass sound by quickly hitting the big hole. Furthermore the whole corpus can be played by fingers.

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