- From French djembé, from Mandinka jembe. (Wiktionary)
“I was a drummer in high school and like to accompany global hymns with my djembe, which is an African hand drum, or with maracas or claves. '”
“He played a rhythm on an African drum called a djembe, and two students tried to find the corresponding card on the floor.”
“The trio uses a multitude of instruments - kazoo, trombone, rain stick, thumb piano and an African drum called a djembe, to name a few - but acoustic guitar, electric bass, percussion and flute "tend to show up a lot," Caran said.”
“Dear One, In this video I am showing you my latest drumming rhythm with my 14 inch African drum (known as a "djembe").”
“One day we visited the beach and she asked me to buy her a djembe drum.”
“And then I was like wait, but I have the djembe and the bodhran.”
“Web toed, gill-breathing and all, Mike Coletta, is a real-life true UFO Geek who also tells me he is a freestyle djembe player as well.”
“One night he plays djembe drums and another night he gives an American girl a massage in front of everyone that makes her so horny she has to go inside.”
“Ask a drummer during a brief lull in the action what keeps him coming to the beach with his big zebra-skinned African djembe, and he extols the mind-clearing, joint-moving, social medicine the circle provides.”
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