Kutandara Center Youth Marimba Ensembles | Batanidzo (feat. Shamwari, Tamba! & Vana Vedu)

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Batanidzo (feat. Shamwari, Tamba! & Vana Vedu)

by Kutandara Center Youth Marimba Ensembles

A compilation CD of the three teen performance bands at Kutandara Center, this CD is the "best of the best" in youth marimba music inspired by Zimbabwe.
Genre: World: African
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1. Ndave Kuenda
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2. Jambanja
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3. Sarura Wako
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4. Kukaiwa yaRent
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5. Mancube
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6. Marenje
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7. Mhondoro
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8. Zarura Makomo
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9. Botsotsi
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10. Nyungwe
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11. Banyumba
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12. Moon and Stars
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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With the energy and enthusiasm only a group of kids could bring, these teens continually captivate their audiences with skill and professionalism beyond their years.

Members build musicianship skills while also developing an understanding of African music and cultures. The ensembles are an excellent opportunity for kids to see firsthand how commitment and dedication can produce amazing results. Children meet once (Vana Vedu) or twice (Shamwari and Tamba!) weekly to rehearse and refine material and skills.

Kids in this program start by taking weekly, one-hour group marimba classes. When instructors feel students are ready, students are invited to participate in a twice weekly, two-hour youth performance audition class to prepare them for the rigors (and fun!) of a much larger commitment. When openings become available in the youth performance program, selected children are invited to join. This process is a long-term commitment and children in this program rarely leave before graduating from high school, when they also graduate from the youth performance program.

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