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  • n. Alternative spelling of sekere.


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  • She learned a shekere was one of those gourd thingies covered in beads like Sweet Honey used, and after a while she thought she was really in sync with everyone else.


  • The latter - a fellow Cuban exile - is also heard on shekere on one track.

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  • He's a sixth-grade teacher and folksinger in Monteverde, Costa Rica, and he made his own shekere out of a market-bought gourd.

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  • Still, your own shekere could be fun and way more attainable, as Jesse Greist can tell you.

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  • José Vázquez-Cofresi Congas, shekere, Julián Silva

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  • Cristobal Ferrer Garcia, trumpet; Hilario Bell, percussion, timbales; Luis Rosca Beltran Castillo - tenor sax; guests: Paquito D'Rivera - alto sax & clarinet; Yosvany Terry - shekere & alto sax)

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  • See güiro.

    February 5, 2010